At a keynote post the annual Game Developers Conference at Nob Hill Masonic Center, Nvidia co-founder and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang, took the stage to announce the Nvidia Shield, a $199 Set-Top Box running Android TV. The Nvidia Shield, is in fact the "world's first 4K Android TV" that is also a gaming console. The device boasts of the Nvidia Tegra X1 andwill be able to receive 4K, 60 hertz video. "First, it’s based on the most popular OS in the world. Second, the richness of the Google Play store, with it huge range of applications,” Huang said. “Third, it syncs with all my other devices. Finally, it has an incredible voice search capability.” The Tegra X1, which Nvidia showcased at this CES, has more than twice the processing power of the Xbox 360 while consuming between 1/20th and one-fifth as much electricity making it an extremely great option. Since most of Android Games can't take advantage of such power, Nvidia has created a new "Grid Store" which has a collection of high-end titles all designed to harness the power of X1. The Nvidia Shield can run both local, and streamed games via its Nvidia Grid subscription based game streaming service, up to 1080p at 60fps. The gaming-centric device will launch with more than 50 games on the Grid store. Some of the games showcased are Doom 3, Crysis 3, Portal, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, Half-Life 2: Episode 1, The Talos Principle, Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, The Witcher 3, Dead Rising 2. For the full list of games, visit the Grid Store. The device also sports a MicroSD slot, a Micro USB 2.0 port, two USB Type-A 3.0 ports, gigabit Ethernet port, and HDMI port. The Nvidia Shield supports Android Bluetooth 4.1 and dual-band 801.11ac Wi-Fi connections, 7.1 and 5.1 surround sound over HDMI and an IR receiver.