Being that the majority of gaming in China is PC and smartphone-based, the new Fuze Tomahawk F1 video gaming system looks to help merge these verticals.
The Fuze Tomahawk F1 will feature an Android operating system that will liken it to a mobile phone in operation and functionality. The console features no optical drive, but instead has users download games from providers as they want them. The video gaming console -- priced at about $138USD -- features a 500GB hard drive (upgradeable to 2TB), and a 4GHz CPU.
While some industry professionals have likened the design to being a merge of design aesthetics from the Xbox One and the PS4, the Fuze Tomahawk F1 looks to set itself apart from the rest of the gaming industry in functionality.
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