Wikia

Speedy deletion Wiki

OTON X Console

Comments0
297,242pages on
this wiki
OTON X Console (OTON)
Manufacturer EnGeniux
Type Video game console
Generation generation
Release date TBD
Media Online/Cloud Media
CPU 1.2GHZ Quad Core ARM Cortex 9
Storage capacity 16GB flash memory
Memory 2GB
Graphics TBD
Online services TBD
Predecessor

Envizions EVO Smart Console


HistoryEdit

The OTON X Console (OTON) was the result of 3 years worth of experimentation. EnGeniux, formerly Envizions, experimented with various game console concepts. One of them being an Android based game console called the "EVO2" as well as the "EVO2 DX" which was a Windows based Media/Android game player that looked much like the EVO Smart Console, Envizion's first game console.

Both projects were scrapped in favor of a much more powerful console, kept so tightly under wraps that many thought Envizions's project to create an 8th generation console became nothing more than vaporware. After the release of the OUYA (which took the same concept as the EVO2, but with Android 4.1), Envizions started releasing information to their customers and supporters that they were indeed not dead, but very secretly creating their own console not yet seen outside their labs. After the OTON information was released, Envizions changed their name to EnGeniux.

SoftwareEdit

The OTON operating system called "Otonomous X", is based on a custom Ubuntu Linux core. Although the core OS is open source, the upper tier of the operating system is closed source and propriatory.

A primary function of this console is the ability to be able to create games on the fly. According to documents from EnGeniux, the Otonomous X will possess the ability to create over a quadrillion game levels, characters and physics configurations upon launch.

Along with this feature, the OTON X Console will also be able to play Android and Linux games.

HardwareEdit

These hardware specifications will be updated when more is known..

  • Quad Core 1.2GHZ (4+1 powersaving core) ARM Cortex A9
  • HDMI 1.4a display output supporting digital resolutions up to 1920x1200 pixels
  • 2GB Memory
  • 16GB Flash Storage
  • Support for Bluetooth
  • Wifi 802.11a/b/g/n
  • 2 SD Card ports
  • 3 USB ports (2 standard USB 2.0, 1 Micro USB)
  • Ethernet port
  • Stereo analog and multi-channel digital (Input and output)
  • Rear projection camera (Deluxe model)
  • Front motion capture camera (Deluxe model)

AccessoriesEdit

At this time, the EnGeniux console only has the console itself and controllers. There is no knowledge of other peripherals at this time.

GamesEdit

The OTON X Console will be able to play the following types of games..

  • Android Games
  • Linux Games
  • User Created games via OTON's propriatory code
  • Randomly generated games

EnGeniux will most likely have a store to download games and also for users to submit their games. Engeniux claims to allow developers keep 100% of what they earn from selling on the platform.

OnlineEdit

ModelsEdit

OTON X Console Basic:

  • No Front Camera or Rear projector.
  • $179.00 starting price

OTON X Console Premium:

  • Rear laser projection camera for gaming anywhere
  • $279.00 starting price

OTON X Console Deluxe:

  • Front motion capture camera
  • Rear laser projection camera for gaming anywhere

Special modelsEdit

Early Bird Special

  • $99.00 dollar pricepoint
  • 1 Controller, no camera or projector

Developer Special

  • 2 controllers
  • Front camera
  • Rear projector
  • Free OTON Disc
  • 6 months of free OTON upgraded game physic and artificial intelligence assets

Distributor pack

  • 10 OTON X Basic Consoles
  • One controller per unit

Distributor pack

  • 10 OTON X Premium Consoles
  • One controller per unit

LogosEdit

FootnotesEdit

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit

Template:EnGeniux

This article uses content originally from a deleted or an article undergoing deletion on Wikipedia. The original article was written by the following Wikipedia user(s): DocWatson42. The text of Wikipedia, like Speedy Deletion Wiki, is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported and GNU Free Documentation License 1.2 licenses.


Click on one of these links to find out more about the article:

<p>

This article uses content originally from a deleted or an article undergoing deletion on Wikipedia. The original article was written by the following Wikipedia user(s): NatGertler. The text of Wikipedia, like Speedy Deletion Wiki, is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported and GNU Free Documentation License 1.2 licenses.


Click on one of these links to find out more about the article:

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki