So I wanted the option to play 4K 60fps on my newly acquired VU 65" UHD TV but didn't want to invest in a HTPC with a powerful enough video card to do so. What to do? After a little research, I found out that the NVIDIA Shield Console does support the said resolution and frame rate and I picked one up from Germany a few days ago when I was there. The installation went smoothly and it automatically updated itself to Android 6.0 as well as brought the firmware on the controller to the latest version. After playing with it for a little while, I must say it is really living up to the great reviews it has had. The interface is buttery smooth and logically laid out. 4K videos from Youtube are fantastic and even the 1080P up-scaled to 4K are a treat to watch. I installed Kodi on the advice of some owners and have been using it as my audio/video player. I only picked it up for it's 4K streaming capabilities and so cannot speak for the gaming functions. The supplied game controller is really great in the hands and is quite easy to use. The voice search function is very accurate and is yet to miss picking up a spoken phrase while searching for videos on Youtube. I'm still working out what else it can do but am impressed with just the little bit I've explored. Who knows, maybe I'll even start gaming by buying a subscription! A few pictures follow, though the one of Obama doesn't really do justice to how great it looks on the screen itself. I am using it with ACT fibernet at 30 mbps download speed and while 4K videos do take a little time to download, I have no problems with 1080P.