China's Homegrown Console Still Lives!Eric Jou11/05/12 6:00amFiled to: Ct510ChinaKotakueast15EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkChina's first officially not really for video games but really for video games console, the CT510 has received a much needed price drop, sort of. The price drop seemed interestingly timed as the Lenovo-backed eedoo, the people behind the CT510, set up shop across China to lure in consumers. Not only did the price drop from the egregiously high $600 to a more modest $480, eedoo also released two new variations of the console.Back in May, Chinese company eedoo released their "much anticipated" console the CT510 after months and months of delays. The console by all means was China's first officially released home grown video game console, but it also wasn't. Due to the console ban the system was marketed as a home entertainment and exercise device instead of an actual console.ShareTweet Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.