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EVO 2 console puts Android in a box


In 2006, Envizions announced the EVO: Phase One console, which was designed as a media center device. It apparently didn't change the world. Five years later, the world has changed anyway, and Envizions has access to an operating system for its new console that developers are already comfortable with: Android.

The EVO 2 console, launching this fall for $250, is built on a modified Android 2.2 OS, and ships with a controller and a media remote. A $149 "software support fee" allows access to the SDK for the console and " Developers can also submit pre-existing Android games." The platform is designed to be open and modifiable, and Envizions itself plans to augment it later with a motion control device. And in the meantime, it's a way to play (some) Android games on a TV.

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New Android EVO 2 Console Offer Gamers Premium Android Games Free

It's Your Social Connection, Your Media Storage Device, and Game App Console

Media Advisory

ANNISTON, Ala./May 25, 2011 --- Today, the Envizions Computer Entertainment Corporation
announced that its new Android-based game console EVO 2 will be available this fall in the U.S. with
goals of an international release with availability in certain locations of Europe. EVO 2 earlier adopters
can pre-order the system at from the Envizions online store.

The new EVO 2 console will retail for $249 and include an EVO TV remote, EVO game controller and
HDMI cable. Specifications include a Samsung 1.2 GHZ processor, DDR2-512MB, and support modified
Android 2.2 operating system. The EVO 2 dimensions are 170mm (L) 111mm (W) 30mm (T)

EVO 2 is the first Android gaming console that will offer users real time gaming playlist and social
friend connections. Gamers will also have the opportunity to earn points to purchase premium Android
games free with EVO tokens. The system will ship equip with game cloud storage and Envizions new
Qquip SMS blogging reward service. To ensure that the EVO 2 system surpasses expectations, Envizions
plans to add motion 3D sensor capabilities toward the end of fourth quarter in 2011 and developers can
start testing the software via website download in two weeks. EVO 2 will incorporate the core software
components of Envizions' beta EVO Smart Console released in 2009.

EVO 2 is an open console and gamers can modify any part of the system. New updates and upgrades
will be released periodically after the system launch.

Android developers can get the free EVO hardware SDK today from the Envizions store with a required
annual $149 software support fee per unit. Developer fees and royalties are waived for the first 1000
developers. "Game development for EVO 2 is cheaper for developers so they have the opportunity to
create games on a platform that will increase their return on investment. Developers can also submit pre-
existing Android games", stated Derrick Samuels the CEO and Founder of Envizions.

And last, the EVO 2 is the first crowd source and social participation console. Envizions will
let customers participate in the design roadmap of the console by means of Twitter, FaceBook and the
new EVO 2 website. The community can vote on the system's first launch location and the appearance of
the console in terms of color, package design, and product image.

About Envizions: Envizions was incorporated on August 04, 2004 by Derrick Samuels and with only five dollar

weekly donation from family and friends the EVO console was born.

For more information about the Envizions EVO 2 console pricing, specifications or pre-orders visit Media review testers can receive a free EVO 2 unit upon request and supplies are limited.
Request can be made at

Media Contact: Derrick Samuels Email: Phone: 1-877-741-8466

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