NVIDIA SHIELD TV Streaming Media Player [2017 Version] , Black
Media:: Video Game • Package Dimensions: 9.6 x 8.4 x 4 inches; 3.8 pounds • Release date: January 16, 2017
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The Best Media Streamers | The Wirecutter
The Roku Streaming Stick is the best media streamer for most people, with the apps built into the TV, although streamers like the Nvidia Shield and Roku's A great Blu-ray player lets you continue to play physical media and also given out a total of three five-star reviews in his decade-plus stint there.
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Cutting the cord—canceling your cable or satellite TV service in favor of streaming or other options—is a hot topic. Whether because of the rising costs of TV service, declining interest in traditional cable programming, or other reasons, more and more people are dropping cable. As recently as 2010, more than 88 percent of households were paying for TV from a cable, satellite, or other provider, but by the middle of 2015 that number had fallen to 80 percent. Anda recent report claimsthat more people quit paying for TV service in the second quarter of 2016 than in any previous quarter.