Sunday, January 12, 2014

Huawei Tron Cylindrical Android 4.2 Powered Gaming Console

China was reportedly banned imported gaming consoles for the lifeline of their own products. I haven't heard any Sony PlayStation 4 or Xbox One in their local stores since then. Following the appearances of television boxes like Podoor T518 and game controller for Samsung smartphones, the Chinese manufacturer are looking forward for the possible success of another type of machines.

Huawei introduces a cylindrical device powered by Android 4.2.3 (Jelly Bean) recently, a wireless joystick enabled Tron. According to report, it is capable of streaming 1080-pixel high-definition (HD) videos directly to any wide screened television through an HDMI port. The outside and overall appearances also reminds me of the new generation of Apple's Mac Pro computer.

Huawei Tron Cylindrical Android 4.2 Powered Gaming Console

Huawei Tron is powered by NVidia Tegra 4 CPU paired with 2GB of RAM and either 16GB or 32GB of built-in storage. It has a full-sized USB 3.0 and wireless controller through its Wi-Fi 802.11ac connectivity. And it is also designed to work with Bluetooth 3.0.

Furthermore, the cylindrical casing of Tron is made of plastic. It is not comparable to Mac Pro but the design and concept of the housing is closely similar. The performance is not comparable because a reliable source noted that the gaming console is expected to hit the market in a very affordable price. And it is available in both black and white models.

Aside from the above specs, Tron enables a handful of video games that runs in Android operating system. There is no word for its availability outside of China but the first wave of the mini gaming console are now in their local electronic stores.

And before I can forget, Mad Catz also introduced their very own M.O.J.O. Micro Gaming Console. Another Android-powered device with the same NVidia Tegra processor to Huawei Tron.



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