eSfere is equipped with 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of internal flash storage, 2 USB ports, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, Android OS 4.1, and comes with the "Touch & Play" wireless multi-touch gamepad controller which allows players to keep the touch functionality inherent to Android games, as if they were playing on their smartphone or tablet. A precise mapping system will let users know at all where they are located on the screen but without the need of having to look down at the controller, which will simply be a flat multitouch pad surface (with no images or video).
eSfere can also be used to watch movies, listen to music or surf the web, as well as for running productivity, education or leisure applications. In addition, eSfere, in conjunction with a web cam, can be used for video-conferencing. The console itself was designed to be sleek and modern and will come in a variety of colors. eSfere has also designed a matching set of 3 decorative flower vases to accompany the console as well as an external flash drive for additional storage needs, which neatly fits under base of the device. A line of luxury consoles engraved with authentic Swarovski crystals will also be made available for those who are looking for something uniquely elegant.
In order to produce and bring this gaming console to market, eSfere's developers are turning to the general public to help get this project funded. To get started, they are asking consumers to back their idea by making pledges through crowdfunding site Indiegogo. "We hope users will back this project because they believe in it and are convinced, as much as we are, that a complete Android gaming solution for the large screen TV is necessary. That's why we seek support directly from consumers, so they can tell us, through their pledges, that this is what they were waiting for" says eSfere co-founder Joaquin Soler.
Media Contact Information:
Name: Joaquin Soler
Web address: www.eSfere.com