Razer says it's 'doubling-down' on Android and Forge TV
Razer’s Android TV-powered Forge TV is not on sale by means of Google, however tonight the corporate tells Engadget it isn’t giving up. Based on a Razer consultant, it is “doubling-down on Android gaming in the lounge and searching ahead to producing the world’s largest library of Android TV video games.” The corporate thinks Forge TV is usually a “religious successor” to the Ouya platform it bought earlier this yr, and is ramping up manufacturing to deal with present demand. The word (included in full after the break) guarantees extra info quickly, so we would not be stunned to see the gaming hardware maker convey one thing recent to CES in January.
Following our acquisition of OUYA, we have been targeted on integrating the content material we inherited and constructing a religious successor to OUYA with the Forge TV. We’re doubling-down on Android gaming in the lounge and searching ahead to producing the world’s largest library of Android TV video games, from AAA to indie. Concurrently, we’re working to ramp-up manufacturing to deal with current demand and will have extra information to share quickly.