ANÁLISES DA IMPRENSA DA GEM BOX
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Developed by French company Emtec, the Gem Box is a micro-console with some ambitious plans for casual players.
Set to launch in the US, UK and France on August 18, the Gem Box will have access to a selection of impressive titles via the Google Play store.
In addition, the console will be able to power advanced emulators and perform HD game-streaming through the Gamefly service.
French company Emtec wants to succeed where nearly everybody else has failed.
On August 18th, the firm will launch Gem Box in the US, UK and France, before releasing in other European territories later this year.
This Android micro-console, which comes with its own controller, gives access to a large selection of Google Play games and emulators, and allows for HD streaming via GameFly.
Anyone who knows me, or even follows me on Twitter (shameless plug), will know that I am a bit of an Apple fanboy. I’m rocking a MacBook Air, iPhone 6 Plus and an iPad Pro, and my dislike for Android has been well documented. So when the GemBox turned up and was billed as an Andorid games console I was not expecting to like it, especially as some of its key features require a good internet connection, which is only a pipe dream for me.Visit
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When it comes to the home entertainment streaming market, business is booming. More and more people are making the decision to get rid of their digital TV subscriptions in favour of the Amazon Fire Stick, Google Chromecast and the Roku Stick. Small, affordable streaming services that offer more choice to consumers in terms of television and music content, and customisability are beginning to become the norm in the average household, so where does gaming fit into this? The Amazon Fire Stick and Google Chromecast do offer up a selection of playable games, but are very limited in terms of variety and compatibility. With this in mind, surely the next big step in this area of popular technology would be one that brings more focus to console-like games, right? Enter the GEM Box.Visit
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EMTEC are showing the GEM Box (Game Entertainment Multimedia) Microconsole at E3 2016! This $99 console provides a hassle free, instant way to access AAA and casual titles/media libraries through GameFly Streaming, Android Gaming via Google Play, and PC mirroring.
t’ll be shown off from June 14 – 16, at the Devolver Digital “Parking Lot of Dreams and Awesomeness,” across the street from the Los Angeles Convention Centre. It’ll be available this summer for $99, including the microconsole, the Bluetooth gaming controller, and a one-month subscription to the GameFly Streaming service.
EMTEC International have announced that they will be showcasing their upcoming GEM Box at E3 next month.
The microconsole will be shown during E3 2016 at the Devolver Digital “Parking Lot of Dreams and Awesomeness,” located across the street from the Los Angeles Convention Center. Nathalie Lamri, Marketing Director at EMTEC stated: “Our motto is ‘technology made for life,’ and the GEM Box truly exemplifies this belief. It packs a great deal of entertainment options into a tiny package, giving everyone from parents to core gamers the flexibility to forget about tech limitations and just have fun together. EMTEC has been in the hardware business for over 75 years, and we’re thrilled to be exhibiting at E3 for the very first time!”
EMTEC have announced that their console, the GEM box, will be available in Europe ready for the end of August. Priced at just shy of a hundred euros, this diminutive console is an Android based box that pairs with the included Bluetooth gamepad or optional motion controller to play games on your TV. It comes pre-loaded with four games from esteemed mobile publisher Gameloft but also connects to Google’s Play Store to download more.Visit