We aren't sure anyone would suggest that Android game consoles were a must have item just yet. But on the flip side, it is getting harder to ignore this growing category. We have seen items from NVIDIA, Mad Catz, and OUYA. Not to mention, the yet to surface Gamepop from Bluestacks. There are still more coming though and perhaps the next will be from a company called Zero Devices.
They have recently taken two Twitter under the @ZeroDevices handle to show off the Z6C. They have it listed as being an "entertainment" box, but thanks to the image they used to do the teasing -- we can see this is more than just entertainment. The Zero Devices Z6C appears to be setup for gaming.
There wasn't mention of when this can be expected, and for now things were left simply as "coming soon." Sticking with the unknown and there has yet to be anything said in terms of a price. On the flip side though, Zero Devices did offer some details in terms of the specs.
There was mention of the system shipping with Android 4.4.2, but nothing about whether it would be a Google certified device and have access to the Play Store. That seems like it will be an important piece of information, however there are some other confirmed specs.
To begin with, the Z6C will be powered by a quad-core Rockchip RK3188 processor with 2GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage space. That will be expandable by microSD card and the system will also have a microUSB port, three USB ports, HDMI, Bluetooth 4.0, Ethernet and WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n.
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