If you are in the market for a Android gaming system, you might be interested in the new FunBox which has this week launched worldwide and is now available to purchase from $159 from resellers on AliExpress.
The FunBox Android games console is powered by a powerful NVIDIA Quad-Core Tegra 4 ARM Cortex-A15 processor which is supported by 2GB of RAM and runs a custom 4.3 Android-based operating system.
A new micro Android games console has been unveiled this week called the TCL T2, which is equipped with a Allwinner A31 quad-core processor and comes running Google’s Android 4.2 Jelly Bean software.
The new TCL T2 is the first Android games console to market equipped with an Allwinner A31 processor that is supported by 2GB of RAM and comes supplied with 16GB of on-board storage for games and media, together with a wireless games controller.
Ouya and Playcast media have this week announced the launch of a free global beta program to stream video games through the Ouya Android games console.
Allowing Ouya owners to enjoy video games from publishers such as Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, Konami, Warner Bros, 2K, Namco Bandai, Square Enix, Capcom, Codemasters, Disney, Sega, Atari, THQ, together with a long list of indie studios.
I don’t know about you, but I have logged countless hours on my old NES console. I wore that console out. Those games will never get old. The console remains a classic even in an era with the likes of the Xbox One and the PS4, many of us go back to the NES.
If you love the NES, Analogue Interactive has recently opened up pre-orders for the Analogue Nt, which is basically the NES console remade for today. The entire console’s chassis is built from a single block of aircraft grade aluminum for one thing.
It will also deliver cleaner RGB pictures and stereo sound, but aside from those things it will retain the same Ricoh 20A3 and 2C02 silicon chips which have been harvested from older and unwanted systems. It will support original NES and Famicon cartridges, as well as peripherals like the Famicon 3D System and Famicon Disk System. I know I would buy one of these. It is priced at $499 and will be available this summer in a variety of finishes for an additional $49. I’m sold. How about you?