The CES 2015 show had a lot to offer, one of them was the Doko. This may be the first step in the the next evolution of PC gaming. This is a PC streaming mirroring device that has no platform restrictions, letting you bring your PC experience into the living room.
You may have been hearing about Forge TV for a while with a promised 60fps and a Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of built-in storage, but it is not here yet. The Doko on the other hand is.
The Doko includes a single-core WonderMedia Prizm 8750 CPU, 256MB of RAM, and 8GB of capacity. It also only offers 1080p at 30fps so it’s not good for those intense multiplayer games, but it will work well for most of the single player ones. This PC streaming device uses uses Gigabit Ethernet and HDMI to connect to your home network, unfortunately no WiFi connections yet. It allows you to easily use your PC and all of its functions from the the comfort of your living room. It gives you all of your PC access allowing you to work with anything from your couch.
The Doko is currently available for around $100 from NZXT Armory. This true beauty of this unit is that it is available now.
- 1080p 30fps PC Streaming
- Four USB ports with USB Over IP technology
- Low Latency Streaming(50-80ms)
- Unchain the Power and Game Library of Your Desktop
- Seamless Connectivity to Multiple PCs (Including Notebooks)
- Wide Support for USB Input Devices
- Perfect for Media Streaming Via Local PC Using Netflix and More
- Weight: .70 lbs
- Dimensions: 4.25” x 1.14” x 4.76”
This may not be the ultimate answer yet, but it’s a step in the right direction and might force the others to actually deliver on their promises before Doko owns the market.