You might remember the OnLive MicroConsole TV adapter that replaces your PC or Mac to bring the streaming game service to your living room TV via an HDMI output jack. The device has now taken a tiny step closer to being available to you with a visit to the FCC. While a visit to the FCC is rather routine, the reports surprisingly show that the device features ZigBee 802.15.4 connectivity along with Bluetooth. ZigBee connectivity is normally targeted at RF applications that require low data rates such as home automation. One of the possible uses of such connectivity would be to connect multiple wireless headsets or controllers. Regardless of what it’ll be used for, we’re looking forward to the arrival of the MicroConsole.
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