NVIDIA SHIELD TV @ Amazon.de, £144.86 Delivered to the UK
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NVIDIA SHIELD TV @ Amazon.de, £144.86 Delivered to the UK

£144.86£189.99 24% Amazon Germany Deals
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Edited by:"jackelliott"Found 24th Nov
Instead of ordering from Amazon's UK page, order it from Amazon.de and have it delivered for 144.86 (could be even cheaper with your credit card's conversion / best use Monzo / Revolut etc. for the cheapest)

  • Killer View – Movies, TV shows and games look unbelievably good with best-in-class 4K HDR or high-definition 1080p
  • Enjoy the smoothest streaming of hundreds of PC quality games with the next generation of GeForce
  • Get the most comprehensive search results of any streaming device with results from over 100 apps
  • SHIELD is 3x Faster than the nearest competitor so it delivers the snappiest, easy to use streaming experience
  • SHIELD delivers a complete entertainment experience, shipping with a remote

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£143 on amazon uk and you wont get a eu plug

amazon.co.uk/dp/…232

Cold as London...

No joypad

nothingbutadam10 m ago

£143 on amazon uk and you wont get a eu …£143 on amazon uk and you wont get a eu plughttps://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B075TBK232



Also for the sake of £16 get the game controller also, don't forget they also have an always on, far field mic for the google home functionality. The controllers are always between £50-£60. The remote doesn't have the always on function but you can press the voice button.

No controller. Cold ❄

Felipe.Lopes12 m ago

Cold as London...


London's pretty warm compared to up here, the weather not the people.

Can you use account balance from amazon.co.uk?

£159 direct with Nvidia with controller and same price with very . So this is actually collllllddddddd

Does streaming over WIFI cause input latency for gaming?

If it's negligible, under 5ms, this device is the answer to so many issues and it is worth whatever price they put on it. If it adds 10ms or more input lag (an extra 1/100th a second) then I wouldn't buy it for £10. I am the biggest input lag nazi.

Anyone know from experience?

Schmutz2 m ago

Does streaming over WIFI cause input latency for gaming?If it's …Does streaming over WIFI cause input latency for gaming?If it's negligible, under 5ms, this device is the answer to so many issues and it is worth whatever price they put on it. If it adds 10ms or more input lag (an extra 1/100th a second) then I wouldn't buy it for £10. I am the biggest input lag nazi.Anyone know from experience?


might be worth asking in here.. lots of people in there with the boxes.. reddit.com/r/A…TV/

No Now TV

cheaper here in the uk. lol

Schmutz2 h, 8 m ago

Does streaming over WIFI cause input latency for gaming?If it's …Does streaming over WIFI cause input latency for gaming?If it's negligible, under 5ms, this device is the answer to so many issues and it is worth whatever price they put on it. If it adds 10ms or more input lag (an extra 1/100th a second) then I wouldn't buy it for £10. I am the biggest input lag nazi.Anyone know from experience?


I dont know numbers, but have no issues with lag on gamesgream. Worth the price these....

It's not worth more than £100 without the gamepad..

how did this get hot
how long will posting take

Felipe.Lopes7 h, 11 m ago

Cold as London...


If you think London is cold then you should go to other places in England

ZapGod7 h, 26 m ago

No Now TV



No, but unlike with the earlier Nvidia Shield software on it, the latest versions actually DO cast Now Tv like Google Chromecast properly. So you can always do it that way should you wish for the football etc.

But an Amazon Fire tv 4k and stick the moonlight app on it if you want game streaming in 4k

Norseg5 h, 0 m ago

If you think London is cold then you should go to other places in England …If you think London is cold then you should go to other places in England


I was just joking... By saying "Cold as London" I was meaning it's a little cold...

I paid the same 2 years ago and got the controller.Not hot.

crazygoldfish1 h, 11 m ago

But an Amazon Fire tv 4k and stick the moonlight app on it if you want …But an Amazon Fire tv 4k and stick the moonlight app on it if you want game streaming in 4k



These are useless if your net is slow.
Edited by: "fatbrummie" 25th Nov

Got this 2 years ago and just bought an external hard drive for it now that 4k blurays have been cracked.

fatbrummie52 m ago

These are useless if your net is slow.


Most things are useless with slow internet

crazygoldfish2 h, 22 m ago

Most things are useless with slow internet


I was replying to the the Firestick post mate so wind ya neck in.

fatbrummie24 m ago

I was replying to the the Firestick post mate so wind ya neck in.


Why don’t you shove that finger in your avatar up yer backside


Since you quoted me in the in the first place

purchased mine from currys yesterday. Great for streaming, although not significantly better than steam stream @ 1080p. Controller is great I would recommend. The Android TV is OK, although missing all4 and nowTV which is a shame. the voice search is good similar to amazon, however only searches netflix and plex (not amazon). Biggest benefit I have seen is being able to stream DTS-MA (and DTS for thet matter) natively on plex which amazon fire does not support.

Its a bit meh now that kodi has gone down the pan, all the links from wookie are pretty much dead!!

Use Zero Tolerance for kodi... Superb...

Schmutz24th Nov

Does streaming over WIFI cause input latency for gaming?If it's …Does streaming over WIFI cause input latency for gaming?If it's negligible, under 5ms, this device is the answer to so many issues and it is worth whatever price they put on it. If it adds 10ms or more input lag (an extra 1/100th a second) then I wouldn't buy it for £10. I am the biggest input lag nazi.Anyone know from experience?


I have 3 and a steam link works perfect on a good 5ghz WiFi network but for perfection giga bit wired connection is the way to go.

lmolson5 h, 32 m ago

I have 3 and a steam link works perfect on a good 5ghz WiFi network but …I have 3 and a steam link works perfect on a good 5ghz WiFi network but for perfection giga bit wired connection is the way to go.


ah you can use wired connection for this? that sounds promising!

"perfection"... so, when you are using an ethernet cable, there is no more input lag than say plugging an xbox into the tv via HDMI? Do you know for certain?
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