Unboxing UnLive's Streaming PC Gaming Console

OnLive's streaming PC game technology comes to gamers' televisions when the OnLive Microconsole TV Adapters begin shipping early next month. Want to see what $US99 buys you?

OnLive's Microconsole TV Adaptor went on sale yesterday, with units expected to begin shipping the first week of December. It consists of a smallish black box that acts as a go-between for the OnLive service and your television, allowing players to stream PC games directly to the television without need of a PC.

The $US99 device comes packed with a controller that looks a PlayStation 3 controller and Xbox 360 controller had a baby, a power adaptor, a network cable, some batteries for the controller and a HDMI connecter to hook to your television.

This should be all I need to stream OnLive games to my television.

I'll be testing out how well the service works via the Microconsole during the coming weeks, so stay tuned!


Comments

    UNLIVE? Typo in title or did you forget to write 'fnord' at the end?

      Late nights playing video games can't make you rush an article that is due in an hour. It can literally turn you into an Unlive Zombie!

    If it doesn't come with a keyboard and mouse, you can forget about playing any online multiplayer modes competitively.

    Can you at least use your own keyboard and mouse?

    "X,A,B,Y ina different location to the Xbox ones" .. Ah have you looked at a xbox controller lately? They are in the same layout.

    If it doesn’t come with a keyboard and mouse, you can forget about playing any online multiplayer modes competitively.

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