The Shield TV Pro will also support AI-enhanced upscaling from HD to 4K as well as Dolby Vision HDR which provides instructions for the TV to display every scene as accurately as possible rather than just the entire show. Like the previous model, the Pro model will come with 3GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, which you can expand by taking advantage of the two USB 3.0 ports located on the back of the device. So, the biggest changes will be the processor and the new remote control, which has a fresh design, motion-activated backlit buttons, a built-in remote control locator, and other buttons for media control - including a customisable menu button. And it might land alongside another Shield TV model. Delivery is now showing as October 28. All in all, the new remote sounds like a solid update, and hopefully NVIDIA sells it separately so that current Shield TV owners can take advantage. 9to5Google spotted this model, which runs Google's Android TV software and has a noticeable different form factor.
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It addition to more powerful innards, the service also ships with a resigned remote control - something that will be a relief for many existing Shield users looking to upgrade. For example, the Shield TV Pro has a Plex Media Server built right into it. whereas it doesn't appear this one does.