[CES 2013] I know that the Asus Qube and Google’s Nexus Q do not have much in common with one another in terms of functionality, where the former will shack up with Google TV, but I suppose it is the naming convention that makes me think that there is some sort of mystical link between them. Anyways, without much further ado, here are more details on the Asus Qube that you might just be interested in.
The Asus Qube will instantly add Google TV to your HDTV, where you will also be able to enjoy not only motion control but voice search as well which integrates Google Play, Chrome, and YouTube (among others, I am sure) in a single, compact device. You are able to access more than 100,000 movies and TV shows from Netflix and Amazon Instant Video, apart from enjoying an every growing number of apps, videos and games from Google Play. In a nutshell, Asus has positioned the Qube with Google TV to be the ideal media content device.
Asus also had a hand with the special Qube interface, where it will display functions through a rotating on-screen cube shape, making me hark back to the interface of Vicki in I, Robot. Sporting an advanced remote control that supports motion sensing for gaming and other applications, you can also rely on your Android-powered smartphone to control Qube. Asus will also throw in 50GB of WebStorage cloud space with every purchase of Qube with Google TV, now how about that for a deal sweetener?
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