BlueStack presents its console GamePop
BlueStacks, a company known for its applications android virtualization on x86 optimized to exploit the computing power of both the CPU and the GPU thanks to its compatibility with the OpenCL GPGPU API ; presents his console: GamePop.
BlueStacks says GamePop includes a game controller and be able to run any game designed for the popular operating systems Apple IOS and Google Android, on any TV (or in any screen / Monitor with hdmi connection), thanks to its technology looking glass .
Although the company has yet to reveal hardware specifications GamePop, not very hard to imagine that after compatibility with games for both iOS and Android platforms, is very likely to be based on ARM SoC made up to quad-core Cortex-A15 and a powerful GPU from Imagination Technologies, configuration very similar to that of Apple’s A-Series SoC used in iOS devices.
BlueStacks hopes that your console can provide computing power and graphics that distancing devices such as Tablet and smartphones, and that will keep it relevant for several years.
GamePop will be priced at USD $ 129, plus users can access a catalog of over 500 games for a payment of U.S. $ 6.99 per month.
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