The Lindbergh is a ninth-generation home video game console developed by Hikaru. It was announced at E3 2016 and was released world wide on October 20, 2016. It is most notably the first home console since the Nintendo 64 to use cartridges instead of optical discs for it's games.
At launch, the Lindbergh was sold for $349.99 for the 1 TB model and $399.99 for the 2 TB model. Included with the console is one controller, a micro USB charging cable, a power cable, an HDMI cable, and a 2.5 inch hard drive.
The console itself is 7 in wide, 6 in long, and 2.5 in tall. The Lindbergh uses an internal power supply.
|CPU||Semi-custom quad-core Intel Skylake based x86-64 CPU @ 2.6 GHz (Main CPU)|
ARM11 @ 733 MHz (used for background tasks)
512MB (used for background tasks)
|Graphics||Semi-custom Nvidia Pascal based GPU @ 1.2 GHZ|
|Resolution||Up to 4K|
The Lindbergh's standard controller is similar to the Xbox 360 controller's layout. It features two analog sticks which can be clicked (LS and RS), six face buttons (A, B, C, X, Y, and Z), two shoulder buttons (LB and RB), two trigger buttons (LT and RT), a D-Pad, Start, Select, and a Menu button which is used to access the system's home menu while in game. Similar to the Nintendo GameCube controller, the left and right triggers click when fully pressed. The controller connects to the console via Bluetooth and up to six controllers can be connected to the console at once, it can also be connected to a PC. On the top of the controller is the micro USB port for charging and 6 LEDs to indicate the player number. The bottom of the controller contains a 3.5mm headset port with volume control.
On the front of the console are two USB 3.0 ports, a game card slot and some vents. The back of the console contains the power connector, four USB 3.0 ports, an ethernet port, an HDMI out, an optical audio out, a 2.5 inch hard drive bay, as well as more vents.
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- Lindbergh Store