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Lenovo To Launch Chinese Gaming Platform Called Ebox

August 27th, 2010 08:32 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

siliconbits writes “Chinese manufacturer Lenovo will build a video gaming console for the Chinese market and has already spun off a company called Eedoo Technology, including a team of 40 engineers, with the task of developing the platform. It will be called the Ebox, and will be specifically designed to recognize shapes and movement without the need for a dedicated game controller, not unlike Microsoft’s Kinect.”

Source: Lenovo To Launch Chinese Gaming Platform Called Ebox

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