Originally Posted by Easy Rhino
nifty design though.
For sure. Except there are ZERO details about the hardware itself.
Originally Posted by WhiteLotus
I just don't think people should confine themselves to adopting a specific level of performance for Big Picture. If games stopped releasing TODAY, it would be very easy to design a system that could play ANY Big Picture-supporting title, at basically any given FPS.
I'd really like to see "STEAMBOX: LEVEL ONE", "STEAMBOX: LEVEL TWO", etc, each of which is certified to provide say, so many FPS..."LEVEL ONE" @ 60FPS, 720p, maybe "LEVEL TWO" is 1376x768, 120 Hz, or whatever.
Not one released box at this point offers that. I refuse to accept any device for the Big Picture platform without it meeting something similar to what I just described.
anyway, the company listed in that news article can't even keep their site up right now, so I am loath to believe they can release anything worthwhile.
They simply aren't big enough.
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