Google Nexus Orbit Video Game Console Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Google has been on a mission the past 15 years to make our lives easier, and they have succeeded in more ways than one. The company continues to stay on the forefront of technology, constantly introducing new products, and killing off ones that no longer have a need in today’s fast paced marketplace.

Industrial designer Joseph Dumary imagined what it would be like if the search giant created their own video game console, dubbed the Google Nexus Orbit. In the video game world, all the buzz revolves around the Sony Playstation 4 and the X-Box One, but Dumary explores what Google could bring to the table. The console would run on Android, with Google Glass gaming, Google+ social integration, Google Translate, full Play Store, pretty much tying all of Google’s products into the package, creating a powerful console. Although we doubt Google will enter the space anytime in the near future, anything is possible in the long term. Check out the Google Nexus Orbit video game concept video below, outlining some of the key features of the would be console.

Google Nexus Orbit Video Game Console Concept 2

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