Posted on 20 January, 2013 by Keron Calame | No Comments
ASUS has just introduced its new Media Streamer that goes by the name Qube, a compact set-top box that runs on the latest Google TV platform and is also the first Google TV streamer with motion control and voice search function. The new ASUS Qube comes with a cube-shaped design, a packs a Marvell Armada 1500 chipset inside, along with 1GB of RAM and 4GB of built-in storage capacity.
The Qube Google TV Streamer gives users the ability to stream online content to their HDTVs, including movies, TV shows, music, apps and even games. It comes with a few connectivity options including both HDMI input and output, there’s an Ethernet port, two USB ports and it also comes with a dual-sided remote control which features a full QWERTY keyboard on one side, and standard buttons on the other.
The remote has a dedicated button to activate voice command and a Netflix button for quick access, and supports motion control that can be used with games. The ASUS Qube is also compatible with the Mobile Remote app for Android, the company plans to release this new streamer starting in March for the price of about $150.