Huawei Unveils Android-Based Tron Game Console

The console sports a Tegra 4 processor from Nvidia with 2GB of system memory and options for 16GB or 32GB of internal storage. The Tron connects to a TV set via HDMI and users navigate the onscreen action with an accompanying controller with a circular touchpad at the top, according to The Verge, which took the console for a spin at CES.

The Verge reviewer played a 2D sword-fighting game called Red Blade and the zombie shooter Dead Trigger 2 on the Tron, reporting the former to be rudimentary but fun, while the latter “was quite awkward to direct and aim with the right analog stick, though I’d put that down to the game itself rather than Huawei’s hardware.”