A picture of the controller for Asus’ as-yet announced Android gaming console, the Game Box, has surfaced.
According to previous reports, the Asus Game Box will feature an Nvidia Tegra 4 chipset, 2GB of RAM, 8GB of onboard storage capacity, and will run on Android 4.3 ‘Jelly Bean’.
The controller for the box was leaked via the Bluetooth Special Interest Group, which certifies devices with Bluetooth connectivity.
The form of the peripheral resembles that of a PlayStation controller, but has face buttons more like of an Xbox controller, labelled A, B, X and Y.
Further details of both the Game Box and controller are yet to surface, but the Bluetooth SIG post describes the Box as an “Android system for gaming markets that also added [sic] mouse mold [sic] for controlling on smart TV. 10 meters wireless bluetooth control, 430mAH for up to 12 hours playing time.”