Stream Netflix, control smart home essentials, and more with the $119 NVIDIA Shield TV 4K

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There are only a few hours left to take advantage of Target's sitewide sale, and there are still plenty of deals you'll want to know about, or you might just be kicking yourself tomorrow once prices rise back up. This price drop on the Nvidia Shield TV 4K Streaming Player (opens in new tab) is one of those deals, because right now you can grab it for $118.99 there. That saves you $60 off its full cost and sends the product to a new low price that's never been reached until now. This deal can be found at Amazon (opens in new tab) as well, though the item is temporarily out of stock there. You can still order it now to lock in this price however.

This device functions not just as a streaming player but also as a media server and a smart home hub with fully customizable settings. It offers 4K HDR video quality along with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X surround sound pass-through. It can download apps like Netflix, Hulu, Spotify, NFL, YouTube and so many more once connected to your Wi-Fi network at home.

You can also use a device with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, like the Echo Dot (opens in new tab) or Google Home Mini (opens in new tab), to control the Shield TV using your voice.

Target's sitewide sale ends later tonight, and Amazon's deal is likely just a price-match of it, which means this deal is nearly expired. Don't wait on it any longer if you're interested.

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