Analogix and Green Throttle Games Make the Smartphone a Big Screen Game Console
Android, Mobile Apps
Today buyers of the Google Nexus 4 phone and other MyDP enabled mobile devices will be able to enjoy high-performance, multi-player console gaming on the big screen thanks to the Green Throttle Games' Arena App and Atlas Controller that leverage the benefits of Analogix SlimPort technology.
SlimPort allows the delivery of uncompressed 3D graphics and video to an HDTV over a simple plug and play cable that allows for high-performance gaming at 60 frames per second; double the performance of other mobile to big screen connectors. Combined with the Arena App on the phone and the Bluetooth-connected Atlas Controller, high-performance console video gaming is now reality on any TV, anywhere your phone travels.
"It's a revolution gaming quality from a mobile device," said Andre Bouwer, vice president of sales and marketing. "Simply connect a SlimPort cable to any TV and enjoy big screen gaming in HD at 60Hz, all while the device continues to charge."
On display at the CES 2013 tradeshow in the VESA Booth 21431 on the South Hall Lower Level and at the LVH by appointment, SlimPort branded products are based on DisplayPort technology and are compliant with the Mobility DisplayPort (MyDP) standard, owned by VESA.
"The mobile device is the new console," said Charles Huang, co-founder and CEO of Green Throttle Games. "High-speed first-person and multi-player gaming in rich 3D worlds are a reality with SlimPort technology, a Google Nexus 4 and an Atlas Controller."
SlimPort accessories like cables and adapters provide connectivity to all major display standards - HDMI, VGA, DVI, DisplayPort and Thunderbolt and can be found on www.slimportconnect.com starting at $29.99.