NVIDIA is now showing a new 500GB version of its upcoming Shield Android TV console on its website for the price of $299.99
Update: Unfortunately, it looks like NVIDIA accidentally put up a development kit as an actual shipping product. The 500GB console option won't be available for consumers when it launches.
Original story: NVIDIA first announced its plans to launch the Shield console in March, with only 16GB of storage priced at $199.99. However, it now appears that the company is planning to give owners who want a lot more storage a chance to buy a second version of the device.
NVIDIA previously said it would start selling the Shield console sometime in May. We have reached out to the company to see if they have any more information on this new 500GB storage version. In March, NVIDIA said the Shield console would come with its Tegra X1 processor, along with a H.265 decoder that could handle 4K screen resolutions at 60Hz with 10-bit video processing.