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Huawei’s Tron console will let you kill Android zombies on the cheap

09
Jan
2014

Call it a coincidence, but just as China lifts its ban on foreign game consoles, one of its own biggest manufacturers is ready to release exactly such a device. The Tron micro-console from Huawei is an uncomplicated cylindrical canister that runs Android 4.2.3 and outputs a 1080p video feed to your nearest TV via HDMI. Impressively, Huawei aims to sell the Tron console for less than $120, though the primary market for it will be the companys native China. The specs and price position the Tron directly against the Ouya Android console, which has had a fair number of issues, not least of which is the scarcity of console-class games that can really harness the controllers functionality or the Tegra chips added graphical power.

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