The Abxylute Cloud Gaming Console is an Android-based portable game console that features a 7-inch 1080p LCD screen and a large 5,000 mAh battery.
Google Stadia showed the way to its rivals about how it should be a good cloud gaming platform and, despite the fact that the Mountain View company has decided to terminate its video game streaming service, today we have several really good alternatives like Xbox Cloud or Nvidia GeForce Now.
In this sense, one of the best ways to play these platforms is through a portable console like the Steam Deckwhose success has led other manufacturers to present their own Android consoles like the Logitech G Cloud or the Razer Edge 5G.
But, the main handicap of these consoles lies in their high price, but that will change shortly, since the Chinese company Abxylute is going to launch an Android console on the market compatible with Xbox, GeForce Now and Steam that will cost less than 200 euros to change.
This is the Abxylute Cloud Gaming Console
The Abxylute Cloud Gaming Console is an Android-based handheld console that features a 7-inch LCD touch screen with 1080p resolution and a refresh rate of 60 hertzwhich you can see in action in the promotional video that we leave you under these lines.
As for the rest of the specifications of this Android console, the manufacturer has not revealed certain important details such as the processor that it will mount, but it has confirmed that it will be able to achieve a stable 60 frame rate in the vast majority of games.
What has been revealed is that the Abxylute Cloud Gaming Console will have a large 5,000 mAh battery with 15W fast chargingwhich promises a duration of eight hours, with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, with a USB Type C port, with a 3.5-millimeter headphone jackwith a microSD card slot and with two stereo speakers*.
Regarding the software, it should be noted that this console is compatible with the Google Play Store, from which you can install apps and games, with the main video game streaming services in the cloud such as Xbox Cloud, GeForce Now, and Amazon Luna and even with Steam Link, in such a way that you will be able to connect the console wirelessly to your PC and play all the games you have in your steam library.
In addition, for the creation of the Abxylute Cloud Gaming Console, this unknown Asian company has had the support of Tencent, the Chinese video game giant, which has been in charge of develop the interface, native applications and support it.
Abxylute has not yet revealed the release date of its Android console to play in the cloud, but it has confirmed that it will be marketed, initially, through a crowdfunding campaign for a price of 200 dollars, about 185 euros to changeand will later hit stores at a cost of $250, about 231 euros to change.