A look at the new Nvidia Shield TV consoles, game controller and vertical stand

Amazon has put up product pages for the new Nvidia Shield TV consoles as well as a pair of accessories, revealing some new images. If you are interested, the new products are available for preorder with the following links:

You can check out the photos of the new consoles, as well as Amazon’s list of features below:

Nvidia Shield TV (16 GB):

Nvidia Shield TV Pro (500 GB):

  • A Killer View – Movies, TV shows and games in amazing 4K HDR, explore thousands of apps like Netflix, YouTube, HBO, Showtime, Pandora, Spotify, Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, Kodi, and more.
  • Amazing Games, Played Your Way – Stream AAA PC games with GeForce NOW. Cast your PC games in 4K HDR from your GeForce rig to the living room with GameStream. Exclusive Android games only on SHIELD.
  • The World at Your Command – Just say what you want and let Google’s voice search find it in seconds. Get search results from over 100 apps, including Netflix, YouTube, HULU, HBO, and more.
  • Best for Prime – Watch Video in 4K HDR and get access to original shows like The Grand Tour, The Man in the High Castle, and much more.
  • The Complete Package – SHIELD TV includes the remote and redesigned SHIELD controller with voice search, rumble feedback, and private listening, in a stylish new form factor.

You can also find some images and features list for Nvidia Shield Controller below:

  • The official controller for SHIELD TV, SHIELD tablet, and GeForce-equipped PCs
  • Redesigned from the ground up for precision gaming
  • Dual vibration feedback
  • Stereo headphone jack for private audio
  • Hands-free mic for smart home control

Last but not least, you can take a look at the Nvidia Shield TV Stand below:

  • Displays SHIELD TV vertically
  • Built with a matching design and custom fit
  • Integrates SHIELD TV seamlessly into your home entertainment space

The new Nvidia Shield TV consoles, game controller and vertical stand have listed release dates set for the 16th of January in the North American region.