Looks like I may have already found a cheap and portable way to keep my New Year's resolution to do more gaming in 2013. If you're interested, here's the pitch video followed by the full list of specs. Processor: Amlogic 8726-MX Memory: 1GB DDR3/8GB FLASH Content Download Manager with cloud storage for games. Wi-Fi: 802.11 b/g/n Bluetooth: LE 4.0 OS: Android Jelly Bean Controller: Bluetooth, three-mode controller: gamepad, mouse, and keyboard with support for up to four controllers Full 1080p HD video decoding.
This Android console in your pocket picks up where Ouya left off, and goes along for the ride, Kickstarter continues to be the gamer's best friend, The latest project to blow past its goal is GameStick, a sort of Raspberry Pi meets Ouya creation that reached its $100,000 goal by day two of its crowdfunding campaign and has already ladled $70,000 presidio show case for apple iphone 6 plus, 6s plus, 7 plus and 8 plus - black/clear more of green gravy on that figure with 27 days still to go, GameStick is an open-source, Android-based, portable game console meant to turn any screen with an HDMI port into a gaming hub, The entire system consists of a basic handheld controller with a dongle that slides out to plug into the screen and communicate back to the controller via Bluetooth..
These are common questions nowadays as the lines between mobile devices grow ever blurrier. We want a screen, obviously, but what size should it be? What OS should drive it? And should there be a keyboard attached?. Obviously there's no one-device-fits-all solution, but I'll tell you where I stand -- for now, anyway. My trip to CES will involve two 4-hour flights, some blogging work, various opportunities to capture photos and video, and occasional moments of down time. In other words, I want to be loaded for work and play. Writing and reading. Watching movies and recording them. There's no question my iPad 3 would be ideal for all those tasks, provided I paired it with a comfortable keyboard. Just one problem: my blogging activities require several proprietary content-management systems (i.e. blog tools), and most of them won't work in iOS Safari.
What's more, I need to be able to create and edit screenshots I can insert into those blog posts, and that's way more difficult in the confines of iOS than it is in, say, Windows, Speaking of which, a Microsoft Surface tablet might be better suited to the kind of work I need to do, especially since I can plug in a mouse for finer graphics stuff, but obviously the apps just aren't there yet, and I'm no fan of Windows RT, In other words, I need a laptop, But should I consider a convertible? Danny Sullivan laid out many of the latest options in "My hunt for the perfect Windows 8 convertible laptop," but I must admit I'm not presidio show case for apple iphone 6 plus, 6s plus, 7 plus and 8 plus - black/clear wild about shelling out a minimum of $1,000 when I already own a laptop and a tablet..
On the other hand, I'm also not wild about bringing along two separate devices with their two separate chargers and all the other extras. Maybe at CES I'll discover the ultimate laptop/tablet combo for my needs -- with a price that's more palatable. In the meantime, I'll probably go "full nerd" and bring my laptop, iPad, and phone, just so all my bases are covered. It's not ideal, but it's where I'm at for the moment. What about you? What screen-machine are you eyeing for your next purchase? Tablet? Phablet? Laptop? Or convertible? Hit the comments and tell me what's motivating your decision.
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