After being unveiled in the middle of last year the GamePop Android game console created by Bluestacks is reportedly preparing to start shipping, but in a new form factor.
The GamePop Android game console has been designed to allow users to play Android games on their HDTV but is slightly different to other Android game consoles on the market as it charges a $6.99 monthly subscription to have access to around 500 games from its library.
Since the GamePop Android game console was first unveiled last year its creators Bluestacks have made a few changes to the original specifications and design. Replacing the cube style casing with a smaller USB flash drive style case for the GamePop.
Which now allows GamePop to plug directly into your HDTV HDMI port and comes with a small remote controller offering a D-pad and XYAB buttons, as well as buttons for touch input, settings, home, and help.
Also Bluestacks is taking a slightly different approach launching their Android console and will not be directly selling it to consumers but will be marketing the GamePop device to cable companies that are looking to offer additional services to their customers.
Source: LiliputingFiled Under: Android News, Gaming News, Technology News, Top News