PC maker Lenovo
had planned to launch its China-exclusive eBox
games console this month, but has decided to delay its release until sometime after February, a report by ITworld
says. The hardware, which is said to have integrated motion-tracking technology similar to Microsoft's Kinect
, is being held back for "improvements," according to the article.
The eBox is being built by Lenovo subsidiary Beijing Eedoo Technology to be a "family" device not reliant on high-end graphics. The company claims it will have 30 titles for launch, some from US and French developers. If one of them is Ubisoft and the game is Fighters Uncaged
, the eBox is sure to be a hit