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[gizchina] Xiaomi to launch gaming product 20th Jan?

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This time the teaser comes from Xiaomi’s gaming division and points at a new gaming product. This could be something as simple as a new online gaming platform an update to Xiaomi’s current game store perhaps? Or it could be something much more interesting, like and gaming update to the current Mi Box lineup or even a new piece of gaming hardware all together.
hmmm AMD semi-custom apu?

source: http://www.gizchina.com/2015/01/17/xiaomi-launch-gaming-product-20th-jan/
Edited by monstercameron - 1/18/15 at 5:04pm
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I think we already found out about this, is this the K1 console?
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hmmm AMD semi-custom apu?

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It's a new controller, just saying...
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Carbon copy of the nvidia shield except with a tegra k1 chip this time would be my guess... Lol
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Carbon copy of the nvidia shield except with a tegra k1 chip this time would be my guess... Lol



They've given more updates, one of which went along the lines of "Only those that vibrate feel good", another was "Only the big ones are fun" (quite NSFW), it's most likely a vibrating controller.
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Carbon copy of the nvidia shield except with a tegra k1 chip this time would be my guess... Lol



They've given more updates, one of which went along the lines of "Only those that vibrate feel good", another was "Only the big ones are fun" (quite NSFW), it's most likely a vibrating controller.

Oh great.. Something that vibrates... Has a screen.. And tegra k1. Lol
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Oh great.. Something that vibrates... Has a screen.. And tegra k1. Lol
I doubt it, they've been moving away from nvidia recently. Current line (Mi Box, Mi Note, Mi Note Pro) is entirely composed of Snapdragon and generic ARM processors.
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I'm still in love with my Xiaomi Mi3 (been using this since june) xiaomi is a very cool company. I've bought xiaomi powerbank and earphone as well. I can't believe how good they are despite being dirt cheap. the power bank was around 14USD and the earphone was 16USD. the earphones has been highly praised in head-fi.org you can search it up the name of the earphone is Xiaomi Piston V2 it's awesome and build quality is outstanding thumb.gif
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