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Tuesday, 24 July 2012 13:03

Archos prepares Ice Cream Sandwich console

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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OUYA got competition

Archos' gaming console running Android 4.0 Ice Scream Sandwich has been spotted in the wild as of late and we've heard it will be among the first Android gaming consoles to hit the market.

Dubbed the Ludo G10, the console runs Android 4.0 ICS and a yet to be released dual-core Texas Instruments 4470 chipset at 1.8GHz. It is expected to run the PowerVR SGX554 graphics and boast 1920x1080 resolution.

Ludo G10's main competitor is seen in the upcoming OUYA, another ICS based console. OUYA should pack a nice punch with Nvidia's Tegra 3, 8GB of storage, 1GB of RAM, WiFi and Bluetooth, and if the aimed price of $95-99 is achieved, it will be an interesting battle. Furthermore, OUYA team says their console will be as small as a Rubik's Cube and will be easy to carry around, which is another point the Ludo G10 may have to compete against.

Note that the features aren't really confirmed and certain changes are still possible. However, this paints a nice picture of just what you can expect from console gaming in the future.

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