CES 2014: Huawei Tron Android-based gaming console

Huawei Tron Android gaming console

Late last week at CES 2014 Huawei revealed its own Android-based (4.2.3 OS) mini gaming console dubbed Tron which is expected to carry a low price tag of $120. The gaming console is going to have compatibility with PlayStation 3, PC and NDS games which is great news for gamers who always craved for an all-in-one gaming console for all their favorites games across various gaming platforms. Although Huawei Tron is going to face some stiff competition from the Ouya gaming console which also runs on Android OS, but still cross platform compatibility is going to lend Tron some advantage. It is going to be powered by an Nvidia Tegra 4 processor, have 2GB system memory and internal storage of either 16GB or 32GB.

Huawei Tron Android gaming console

The Tron gaming console’s controller can be connected via Bluetooth which all goes well for wireless gameplay. The console itself is a small little cylindrical box in black or white color and is ultra-portable to carry in your backpack. The Tron controller is pretty much similar to Xbox gaming controller and a touchpad in the middle and the buttons are very mainstream.

Huawei Tron Android gaming console

Tron can be connected to your TV via HDMI cable and the 1080p video output (4K video playback support) lets you enjoy popular gaming titles in high resolution as you sit back on your couch and enjoy weekend gaming sessions.

Huawei Tron Android gaming console

So in a way Huawei Tron is your money-saving option to enjoy Android games on the big screen and the added benefit of enjoying games from other gaming platforms as well. There is no word yet on the pricing or compatibility of this gaming console but we can expect it to be out soon.

Huawei Tron Android gaming console

# Huawei Tron in action

Source: HuaweiNews

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