Developed by ZTE and The9, the $159 FunBox console features Nvidia's Tegra 4 (quad-core, ARM Cortex-A15) processor, 2GB of RAM, Dolby DigitalPlus audio, support for 4K video and dual-band WiFi.
Phone maker ZTE and game developer The9 are reportedly prepping a new Android-based game console for a launch in China later this month.
NanoTech Entertainment is going to use the Nvidia Tegra 4 mobile processor as the basis for its new 4K Ultra HD players. It will incorporate 72 custom Nvidia GeForce GPU cores and the quad-core ARM Cortex-A15 CPU.
A string of benchmark results swirling in the Internet ether seem to indicate that Toshiba's upcoming Android AT10LE tablet will be powered by Nvidia's next-gen Tegra 4 processor.
Nvidia's Project Shield can best be described as an Android-powered mobile console that is also capable of streaming games from a Windows PC.
Nvidia recently debuted its flagship Tegra 4 SoC, a processor based on ARM's powerful Cortex-A15 quad-core architecture.
Samsung's $250 ARM-powered Chromebook debuted this past October and quickly climbed to the top of the charts on Amazon.
In a surprise move, Nvidia is diving into the games console market with the launch of Project Shield, an Android-based portable device that can also stream games from a PC.