Google unveiled the Nexus Player in October 2014, as one of its 'showcase' devices for Android 5.0 Lollipop - but its retail life is now over, as the company has removed it from its store.
Manufactured by ASUS, and priced at $99, the Nexus Player was an Android TV box designed to show off the capabilities of Google's entertainment-focused platform. It came with its own remote control which included a microphone for voice search functions on the device, and an optional gaming controller was also offered for $39.
The device remains one of only a handful to be officially supported by Android N Developer Previews so far, the most recent of which was released at Google's I/O developer conference last week.
It's not yet clear if Google plans to offer a new version of the Nexus Player, but there are plenty of other Android TV options to choose from these days. Xiaomi's upcoming Mi Box is one such example; featuring support for HDR and 4K resolution, it will launch this year in various markets including the US.