China's Homegrown Console Still Lives!

China'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… » 11/05/12 6:00am 11/05/12 6:00am

China's First Console Is Struggling

The Lenovo backed company eedoo, makers of China's first domestically made video game console the CT-510, has fired their head of marketing Wang Jinzhu over dismal first month sales.


According to Tencent games news channel, the CT-510, which has been out since late May, has had terrible sales mostly due to the lack… » 7/02/12 6:00am 7/02/12 6:00am

Sizing Up China's Home Video Game Console, the CT510

China's first foray into creating a mainstream video game system is a solid try in the right direction, except the system isn't a game system, it's an Online Multimedia Motion-sensing Device. The eedoo CT-510 already exceeded my expectations when I first saw it, it did exactly what it set out to do, entertain while… » 5/14/12 8:00am 5/14/12 8:00am

China's First Official Home Console Is Much Better Than Anticipated

When I first saw the Xbox Kinect, I was a GA (Game Advisor or peon) at GameStop,. I felt a sense of wonder and I thought, "This must be the future". This morning, when I saw the finally released Eedoo CT510, I felt the same sense of wonderment that I had when I first saw the Kinect—except it was soon followed by… » 5/03/12 8:00am 5/03/12 8:00am

China's First Home Console Is Expensive and Elusive. Yet, I Found One.

China's first home grown console hit China late last month. But the console was incredibly hard to find. This wasn't because it was flying off shelves. It was because nobody had heard of it.

Originally known as the Ebox and the iSec, the now named CT510 from Eedoo felt very much like vaporware. In China, home consoles … » 5/03/12 6:45am 5/03/12 6:45am