Chinese consoles are famous for Polystation, that clone running PlayStation cartridges and 8-bit games. Since then, scientists have worked hard on cloning, which has made great strides and while still fail to revive dinosaurs, today revealed to the public the latest breakthrough in biotechnology: the Tomahawk F1 Fuze Entertainment, taking DNA the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and creates an entirely new species.
The Tomahawk F1 China seeks to bring the best of mobile world and the world of traditional consoles; the latter, despite the lifting of the ban some time ago, is still a very limited niche for Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft both. Therefore, Fuze wants to bring many players to experience consolera truth, as far as possible.
The machine runs with a modified version of Android that is aesthetically equal to the interface of the PS4, both in the home screen and the individual screens of the games. Then, control is similar to the Xbox One, with colors and buttons nomenclature traced without disgust.
The Tomahawk F1 has two versions, one priced for $140, comes with 32 GB of internal storage while the Elite version includes a hard disk of 500 GB and its approximate price will be $230 .
Its technical specifications are, well, a powerful device with Android:
- Nvidia Tegra K1 (4 Core A15 @ 2.2GHz
- Nvidia Keppler @ 852Mhz (325GLOPS)
- 4GB DDR3 RAM @ 933Mhz
- 32GB eMMC storage (Elite = 500GB HDD)
- Wi-Fi & Bluetooth support
- HDMI, USB 3.0 x 1, Ethernet (Elite = Qi Wireless controller charger)
- Fuze OS (Android) + Open GL 4.4 & Open GL ES 3.1 support
- Chinese & English game support
And in addition to the above, Fuze Entertainment will have 76 for launch, also showed a virtual reality helmet that cost about $170. More expensive than the cheapest version of the console. Among the games mentioned in the presentation are BlazBlue Chrono Phantasma Extend, Dynasty Warriors 8 Saints Row IV (and its expansion), Grid Autosport, Assassin’s Creed Chronicles and Dynasty Warriors 8 leaving behind the ghost of the copied titles, sleazy or 8 bits. Now we just need to see how the games run and the video below shows a little of that.
According to the manufacturer, the idea of Tomahawk F1 is to get games first line to Chinese users who do not have enough to buy a PS4 or Xbox One money. Do not even expect to receive profits until the third year of life, and most of all have the intention of sharing the stage with mobile and PC market, success in China. That is why, for now there are no plans to export to other territories.
(Source: ZhugeEX Blog)