: Beijing Eedoo Technology, a business arm of Chinese technology group Lenovo, is gearing up to launch a new video gaming console in China later this month.
The CT510 will cost 3,799 Chinese yuan ($602.50), and is a controller-free console, using Kinect-like motion control to play games. It is set to launch on April 29, according to
China Daily, and will come with eight games pre-installed, including a kung-fu game, dancing games, and an exercise game.
The console will also come with dozens of entertainment applications, from movie apps to ebook readers. It has been a long time coming, first announced in 2010 and then delayed multiple times. It was originally known as the eBox, before being called the iSec
, and finally the CT510.