Kotaku writes: "The eBox is a Chinese game machine that offers players a controller-free experience. Sound familiar?
It's been dubbed a "Kinect clone" in refer to the controller-free Kinect platform that Microsoft is launching.
As posted previously, The eBox will come with 30 games built in and a set-top camera that can detect a player's movements, according to the article. According to Eedoo Technology, the company behind the product, this is only the second controller-free console."