Nvidia updates Shield TV to Support 120Hz modes and Twitch streaming

After over three years available and an equipment invigorate (in 2017), Nvidia is by and by refreshing its Shield TV, supporting its spilling set-top box (or reassure, on the off chance that you want to consider it that) with some key new highlights. Among them is bolster for 120Hz modes on TVs and screens that help the high revive rate.

This is the twentieth programming overhaul since the Shield TV was presented in 2015. It arrives only a couple of months after the most recent variant of the GeForce Now beta, carrying with it bolster for in-diversion voice talk for GeForce Now recreations like Fortnite, through the controller’s 3.5mm earphone jack (you would now be able to associate a mic to it).

The new Shield Software Experience Upgrade 7.1 likewise brings back help for Nvidia Share, a component that gives you a chance to catch screen captures, record amusement features, and stream to Twitch.

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Nvidia included a virtual console and mouse buddy too, in view of client input. The organization takes note of this should “altogether cut down on login dissatisfactions.”

At long last, Nvidia says clients can expect smoother and more exact mouse developments, console alternate ways, and a line for console and mouse diversions.

This is a quite vigorous refresh. It takes after late updates, for example, HDR video bolster, Google Assistant, a patched up UI, and a couple of different treats, and is accessible at this point.

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