NVIDIA SHIELD Announced at GDC 2015

New SHIELD Android TV Console Brings 4K Entertainment to Every Home Harnessing Tegra X1, Android TV OS and GRID Game-Streaming Service
NVIDIA sent over a press release unveiling NVIDIA SHIELD, a living room entertainment device and the world's first Android TV console to deliver video at up to 4K resolution, music, apps and console-quality games. At launch, hundreds of Android game titles, over 50 of which are optimized for SHIELD, will be available such as Crysis 3, Doom 3: BFG Edition, and Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel
SHIELD is also the gateway to the NVIDIA GRID game-streaming service, dubbed "Netflix for Games", and comes pre-packaged with NVIDIA's console-grade controller. To start, a GRID subscription will provide access to 50 game titles such as Batman: Arkham Orgins, GRID 2, and Metro: Last Night Redux, with additional titles being added each week.
NVIDIA SHIELD will be available for $199 starting in May. Optional accessories include a remote control, additional controllers and a vertical stand.