Google announces $99 Nexus Player Android console
Amazon Fire rival launches in North America next month.
Google has announced its own $99 Android-powered console, the Nexus Player.
Similar to the $99 Amazon Fire TV, the micro-sized box will let you stream media and play games.
It boasts an Intel Atom 1.8GHz quad-core processor, 8GB storage, 1GB of RAM and a new Android TV operating system built for set-top boxes.
The console also comes with a remote that contains a microphone for voice controls.
You can also buy a separate Nexus Player GamePad, priced $39, which looks like a cross between an Xbox One pad and the DualShock 4.
Apps available will include Netflix, YouTube, Dailymotion, Crackle and Hulu Plus.
There's no word yet on a UK release for the console, but North American pre-orders will open tomorrow, 17th October, for a full launch on 3rd November.