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

China's First Game Console Dated and Priced

The iSec, Lenovo's home game console, was supposed to be out this fall. According to Chinese reports, it will get a limited release this December in the Mainland. Previously called the eBox, the iSec has Kinect-style controls and will cost 3,000 yuan (US$470). » 10/18/11 8:30am 10/18/11 8:30am

China Getting Mysterious Motion-Controls For MMO

With the "eBox", China already has a Kinect-like motion sensing controller. And apparently, the country is also getting a totally different motion-sensing-controlled PC game. If only there was more to go on than some lady waving her hands around. » 2/22/11 3:00am 2/22/11 3:00am