Nvidia has put both of their streaming media player models on sale. The regular Shield TV is on sale for $129.99, which is down from its regular price of $149.99. That matches the lowest price that it has ever been, which we last saw during Black Friday last month. The Shield TV Pro is on sale for $179.99, which is down from its regular price of $199.99. While it’s not much of a discount, it is the first time that the Pro has ever been this low. These are both the latest models, which were released just over a year ago. The main differences between the regular Shield TV and the Pro are the extra RAM, 2GB vs 3GB, and the extra storage, 8GB vs 16GB, that you get with the Pro. The Pro also runs a 64-bit OS, which lets you run apps that the regular Shield TV cannot run, like a Plex Server. The Pro also has 2 full-sized USB ports, while the regular Shield TV has a micro SD card slot.