PC Hardware specialists Razor have unveiled a micro gaming console running the Android operating system, at this year’s CES.
Dubbed the Razor Forge TV, the micro console uses a Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor, has 2GB of ram and comes with 16GB of on board storage. The device is also able to stream games at up to 1080p from any PC with an AMD or NVidia Graphics chip, and features support for wireless controllers. The main Forge system is set to be priced at $99.99, but Razor have also shown off two proprietary peripherals intended for the system.
The Razor Serval is a Bluetooth controller, similar in design to the controllers Razor make for the Xbox. It features a housing in which to clip your phone while the controller connected, creating a portable gaming device similar to the Nvidia shield. The controller can is available as part of a set with the Razor Forge TV at 149.99, or $79.99 by itself.
Also on display was the Turret lapboard, a fold-up keyboard coupled with a magnetic mouse and mouse pad designed to provide a familiar set up without the need for a desk or table, priced at $129.99.
Razor Forge TV and its accompaniments are due to ship Early 2015, and you can take a closer look at them here on the Razor website.