For Prime Day, NVIDIA’s Shield Pro streamer hits a new low.

Now, it will only cost you $170.

During Prime Day, you can save a lot of money on e-readers, cameras, smartwatches, and streaming devices. For example, NVIDIA’s Shield streamers are being sold on the website for the lowest prices we’ve ever seen. The base NVIDIA Shield TV streaming media player costs $125, which is $25 less than what it used to cost. The NVIDIA Shield TV Pro, on the other hand, now costs $170, which is $30 less than before and $9 less than its previous all-time low.

Both devices run on Android TV and have Google Assistant built-in. This means you can use a Google Home speaker to control them with your voice. Also, they work with Amazon’s Echo speakers and are compatible with Alexa. Also, they come with remote controls that let you use your voice to search and have backlit buttons that light up when you move your hand over them. The NVIDIA Tegra X1+ devices also support 4K HDR Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos audio, and Chromecast streaming. This makes it easy to send videos and other content from your phone to your TV. If you have a GeForce Now account, you can also turn your Shield TV into a gaming system that can stream games from the cloud.

For Prime Day, the latest Apple TV 4K is also being sold for $109, which is the lowest price it has ever been. This could make it a better choice than these two. But there’s something the Shield TV Pro has that the Apple TV doesn’t: You can set it up as a Plex server so you can make your own home streaming service for your videos, movies, TV shows, and photos.