Back in March, NVIDIA officially unveiled the SHIELD set-top box running Android TV. Now, several months later and after launches at other retailers, Google is finally lining its digital storefront with the box.
NVIDIA officially announced today that both versions of the SHIELD set-top box are now available in the Google Store. The base model will run you $199.99 and offers 16GB of built-in storage. The 500GB option is $299.99. For those that buy the box, you’ll find a controller in there along with an HDMI cable, a USB to microUSB cable, and the power adapter to make the whole thing hum along nicely.
Anyone plan on picking up the SHIELD from the Google Store?