The CT510 (previously known as the iSec and eBox) is a video game console created by eedoo Technology, a company created by Lenovo, with 40 Lenovo employees and investment of an undisclosed sum of money from the Lenovo Group, Legend Holdings and Legend Capital. It was first announced on August 30, 2010 to be marketed in China only upon its release, with further releases in the Asian-Pacific and worldwide markets planned if the console proves to be successful. The console was released in April 2012.
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