What do you get when you combine the PS Vita, Android, and Microsoft’s popular Xbox gaming console? The DROID X360, at least when it comes to names. The device, which lifts its design from Sony’s PS Vita, comes to us courtesy of Long Xun Software, and as is typically the case with items like this, likely won’t be found anywhere outside the electronics stalls of a Chinese marketplace. Still, the boldness associated with such an obvious ripoff is only accentuated by its branding.
Hardware and software-wise the DROID X360 isn’t all that bad. It carries a 1.5GHz single-core processor, 512MB of RAM, 8GB of storage, and front and rear cameras. The icing on the cake: this little clone runs Android 4.0. It also comes packed with software emulators for older Nintendo, Sony, and Sega consoles. Despite being a fairly capable knockoff, it’s still a far cry from any of the devices referenced in its name and design.