Do you remember the Android GameStick Controller we told you about in January? The company has released some new images that show us a bit more with regards to what the controller will look like. The company who is "Bringing affordable gaming to the big screen" has developed an HDMI stick that runs on Android and focuses on bringing Android games to your television.
As you may recall from our previous coverage, GameStick is a 2-inch stick with an onboard SoC and memory. This console plugs directly into the HDMI port on your television. As you can see in some of these photos below, the console is integrated into the top of the controller, resulting in a very portable gaming system.
Since we covered GameStick in January, the project has been fully funded on Kickstarter. At the time of this writing, GameStick had 5,691 backers with $647,658 pledged of its original $100,000 goal.
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