3G Powered Console to Hit Brazil in July 2009
Zeebo Inc. (formerly TecToy) will be releasing a new video game console called the Zeebo. It is the first Brazilian designed computer gaming system and will solely rely on game downloads via the 3G mobile network. It will be released first in Brazil and after that, it will be licensed for other countries.
Zeebo uses the same ARM processor found in Xperia X1. All the games will be downloaded over 3G, no discs or cartridges. According to Zeebo Inc., they've already have 300 titles coming and some of them include Crazy Taxi, Street Fighter Alpha, and Quake.
* ARM 11 / QDSP-5 running at 528Mhz
* Qualcomm Adreno 130 Graphics Core
* 1 GByte NAND Flash
* 160 MB RAM, 128 MBytes DDR SDRAM + 32Mbyte stacked DDR SDRAM in MSM7201A
* VGA (640 x 480) - 4:3 aspect ratio
* 3G (scaling back to 2.5G or 2G where necessary)
* 3 USB ports 2.0 Standard A (for accessories)
* SD Card Slot / Interface
* Interface: USB HID
* Power: AC adapter 5V 3A
* Consumption: 15 W max.
* Graphics: 4 million triangles / second
* Audio: 8 channels simultaneous MP3, ADPCM, MIDI
* Resolution: 640x480
* Size: W x D x H - 157 x 215.4 x 44 mm
* Weight: 1.3kg
* Sensitivity: <- 106 dBm (in UMTS)
3G Powered Console to Hit Brazil in July 2009 Reviewed by Jepoy on 3/24/2009 04:35:00 PM Rating: