Asus Qube – Google TV Solution Soon Available in the US

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  • 12 Apr 2013
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  • The latest trend in terms of devices for use at home is to have such options provided in a minimalistic design and with streaming and web downloading options. Being able to enjoy a full HD movie on the big-screen TV has become an option only through media content downloaded through the most popular subscription services.


    Google TV is a media oriented Android implementation, focused on offering very high quality content  live TV, Netflix, YouTube, HBO GO, Amazon, and more. The service hasn’t benefited from the popularity Google expected with its release, though more and more manufacturers have shown an interest in providing compatibility with the service through dedicated devices. Asus has also unveiled one such solution at CES this year, in a very interesting design.

    The Asus Qube is said to be priced extremely attractive, at somewhere around $129 according to the manufacturer. The device is going to be available in the US starting April 23rd with its mini-profile casing that is sure to seem appealing to a lot of consumers. The device comes packing a Marvel based dual-core 1.2 Ghz hardware configuration with 1GB of RAM, and it also includes a WiFi module and a good variety of ports (USB, Ethernet, HDMI 2). It will run the newest edition of the Google TV platform and interface control by means of remote.

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