IGugu To Unveils Gamecore And InterneTV At CES

Posted: Jan 5 2010, 12:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:37pm CDT, in News | CES

 

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There are lots of gamers out there who would love to play PC video games on the big screen TV in the living room without having to install a gaming computer in their entertainment system. The options are very limited on how this can be done but a company called iGugu is set to debut a new product at CES that will make playing game on your big screen form your Pc easy to do.

The device is called the Gamecore and is a video game console system that lets the gamer play thousands of games form Mac or PCs as well as Internet based games directly on the big screen in the living room. The main component is the wireless controller that features a keyboard, joystick, trackball, and six accelerometers that let the player play games using motion controls.

The device can be configured for mid range wireless connection or long-range connection. A transmitter is connected to your PC and a receiver connects to the TV. The wireless control is used to control the game. In long-range mode, the system can connect at up to 200 feet away. The downside is that the system appears to need a wired CAT5 connection between the transmitter and the receiver.

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