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Snakebyte unveils the QEUS smart TV box

Gaming accessory maker Snakebyte is launching a new box designed to bring games, media, and other content to your TV. It’s an Android-powered device called the Snakebyte QEUS which is expected to launch this summer for under $100. The QEUS features a Rockchip RK3288 ARM Cortex-A17 quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, a microSD card slot, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth, […]

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Warchief Android game console has Tegra K1 chip, motion controls

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 […]

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Imagination unveils PowerVR GT7900 graphics for low-cost game consoles

Imagination Technologies is launching its most powerful graphics processor yet. The PowerVR GT7900 GPU features 512 ALU cores, 16 shader clusters, and when clocked at 800 MHz, the GT7900 run at speeds of up to 800 gigaflops in floating point 32 mode, or 1.6 teraflops in the low-power FP16 mode. Don’t expect to find this chip in […]

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Mad Catz M.O.J.O. adds Ouya Everywhere support, drops price to $200

Mad Catz is dropping the price of its M.O.J.O. Video game console by $50, and the company has announced that the micro-console will support Ouya software in the coming months. With this announcement, Mad Catz becomes the first partner to sign onto the new Ouya Everywhere platform, which brings the user interface, game store, and […]