Talk about pissing off a crowd. Recently a new device has surfaced on the internet from Long Xun Software called the Droid X360. What it should be called is ‘how many people can we get to sue us?’ device. The Droid X360 looks exactly like a PSVita but has the operating system of an Android device.
And if that wasn’t enough, they’ve went ahead and slapped X360 (short for Xbox 360) on the bottom of the devices area similar to where it would be for Sony’s PS Vita. Oh wait, there’s more. They then added the Droid moniker to the front of the actual device which will bring Verizon and Motorola into this giant mess. Talk about making enemies.
Demo: Droid X360 Android PSP Game Tablet 5 Inch
On a surprising note, the device is actually quite spiffy; it sports some of the latest and greatest pieces of technology money can buy.
- 5-inch Screen
- Android 4.0 (OS)
- 1.5GHz single-core Quanzhi A10 processor
- 512MB Ram
- 8GB built in space
- 2-megapixel Camera
- VGA port (top of device)
Oh, and I forgot to mention the Droid X360 can play Sega games. So let’s recap the companies that will be filing patent infringement claims and other miscellaneous things. We have Verizon, Sony, Microsoft, Sega, and Motorola. Now that’s what I call making a splash at a party, the only one that’s missing from this list is Apple.