The Taiwanese multinational electronics company has announced its first Google TV device which is dubbed as Qube. The device was officially unveiled at the International CES in Las Vegas 2013. As the name suggests, the device is shaped like a cube and it can be controlled with the help of a remote or an Andriod tablet. Companies like Vizio, LG and Sony are already offering the second generation Google TV software in the market. The device will provide an access to TV shows and 100,000 movies through the Google Play store and other sites. According to the reports, Qube is expected to get launched in US by the month of March for an approximate price tag of $150.
The company has developed a unique box which not only looks different, but it will also offer numerous features such as Free 50GB of cloud storage through the Asus WebStorage service. The device will come loaded with apps like Netflix, Google PLAY, You Tube and Google Chrome. Connectivity features of the device will include HDMI port to connect with your TV, 2 USB sockets, LAN Port along with the AV Out port, RJ-45 Ethernet and IR-out. It is powered by an ARMADA 1500 processor along with 1GB of RAM. The Qube is expected to run on Android 4.1 Jellybean operating system. It will be equipped with a storage capacity of 4 GB. The device will get a standard remote with QWERTY keyboard on the back to work well, which is important for the browsing-heavy Google TV interface.