A new video game console launched in China recently, featuring an NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor, Extreme Reality’s motion controls, and Google Android-based software.
The game console is called the Warchief, and it sells for about $160, which makes a bit pricey for an Android TV box, but pretty inexpensive for a video game console.
The Warchief game console was developed by Qihoo 360 and Xiacong and comes with a wireless gamepad, a Wiimote-style controller with a gyroscrope for motion controls, and a webcam which can detect gestures so you can interact with some games using your body.
The system has 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, four USB 2.0 ports, Ethernet, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, and HDMI output with support for 4K video playback.
Games for the Warchief are available through an included app store and game developer Gameloft announced last month that three of its titles would be available for the console: Modern Combat 5: Blackout, Asphalt 8:Airborne, and Wild Blood.
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