Read the whole story
'i' something huh...expect a lawsuit.
Sounds incredibly dull, as if they are already admitting that it is just a mediocre set of hardware.
I bet it won't make it to America. Looks boring.
The Securities and Exchange Commission will not be happy about this...
really iSec, why must non-Apple companies insist on adding the prefix "i"
They're probably baiting Apple. It will be interesting to see if Apple tries to trademark the small "i". Call out the iLawyers! Or as I (capital "I" so "I" don't get sued too), like to say, if you have to feed and house a school of piranha, you might as well them out to bite somebody once in a while.
Hey, (potentially) piss Apple off = win.
Really, couldn't your username be any more appropriate for this topic? Lol
Sooo, what is it suppose to play?
This does not sound interesting at all. I am sure this will belly flop off a cliff into the depths of nothingness. iSec ? Have a PS3 ? Wii ? Xbox ? Try me... iSuc...
"iSec," short for "Sports Entertainment Center."
well that explains the 'S' the 'E' and the 'C'... but where did the 'i' come from?...
It's "i Sports Entertaiment Center" <<<lol. Like someone cares about another gaming console.
"looks like a mixer/blender" says the wify
well the more we get, the less time we'll have ... i want to see more!
Calm down ladies, dozens of non-Apple products have had the lowercase "i" prefix now for at least 7 years, there's already been trademark rulings declaring Apple don't own it.
Matt, game consoles are not banned in China. The 2006 regulation on game console and arcade does not apply to home or personal use, as it's aim is to curtail vice such as gambling and corruption of minors.
There are xBox and Nintendo consoles for sale legally in China, however they are subject to import restriction, and has nothing to do with censorship as your article insinuate.