Razer announced today during Google’s I/O conference, a new micro console that is said to be powered by the recently revealed Android TV. This micro console will be able to stream movies, music, etc., but will be focused on gaming, says Razer. Users will be able to use their Android smartphones or tablets to navigate on the console, this will be done using a mobile app as well as voice control features.
The same team behind the Razer Blade laptops will be working on this console, although no details on the technology inside the console. Pricing has also not been announced, but it is said to be “affordable.”
Be sure to check out the render above of what the console might look like, and also check out the Google I/O conference here: http://tinyurl.com/m7xlner
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