Sometimes we come across a deal that’s just so out of this world, we can’t type quickly enough when trying to share it with you guys. That’s the bracket that this particular deal falls squarely into, and we think you are going to get a real kick out of it.

That’s because as of right now you can pick up a new NVIDIA Shield TV for just $139.99 which is a great deal on its own, even before we mention that you will also receive a free latest-gen Echo Dot with it.

No, we’re not sure why either and frankly, we’re not sure we care why!

As great as a free Echo Dot is, the main focus of this deal is the NVIDIA Shield TV. A little box that often gets overlooked, the Shield TV is a great little Android-Powered media playback device that can also play games. This bundle doesn’t come with a game controller though, so it’s worth bearing that in mind.

That shouldn’t really matter though because what makes the NVIDIA Shield compelling is its support for 4K HDR content, making it absolutely perfect for streaming anything from Netflix to YouTube to even gaming. It’s also perfectly suited to being used as a Plex server or if you prefer, just as a Plex client.

All of that comes with a free third-generation Echo Dot in Charcoal Fabric, the color we would argue is the best one anyway. You’re getting a free Dot with an already discounted NVIDIA Shield here, and we can’t tell you how cool that is, mainly because latest software update of NVIDIA Shield means you can control it completely with your voice thanks to Alexa integration you get with the bundled Echo Dot!

Be quick if you’re going to place an order – the NVIDIA Shield tends to dip in and out of stock when available as part of deals of this ilk. You don’t want to miss out!

Buy: NVIDIA Shield TV 4K HDR Streaming Media Player + Free Echo Dot (3rd Gen) from Amazon: $139.99 | Original price $228.99

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