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Eedoo eBox: Xbox 360 and Kinect Knockoff

Microsoft hopes that its new motion-sensing device the Kinect will be able to take on the Sony Move come November, but as always a Chinese knockoff called the eBox is set to go head-to-head with the official new Xbox 360 console and its add-on.

The new Eedoo eBox device must have been watching Microsoft carefully in order too not only launch a new console but also a device that can track the user’s movements. We know that the knockoff will be cheaper, but that will reflect in the build and performance quality.

Darren Murph from Engadget learned from Interfax that the cloned device will be unveiled in November and will be released early in 2011, but we have no details on pricing. There is a video below that shows you the device, and we can see that the console is very slim and has a glossy white finish.

We do not know if there will be a black version of this, or any other color option, but we will find out more come November. How will the eBox compare to the Xbox 360?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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