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|Online Connectivity||Wi-Fi, Ethernet|
|Backward Compatibility||SantiTech HWC, HWC 3D, TWC|
|Predecessor||SantiTech TWC (Spiritual predecessor)|
Zenze has a controller with a layout similar to the Steam Controller for easier navigation and compatibility with Android games.
The console has 64GB of memory and Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity. While some games come in disks, there are also downloadable games.
A developer version of the console was released, which has 128GB and lacks Wi-Fi.
The 2 of July, 2016 Zen Studios revealed the console's final design, and the 6th it was confirmed that it'd be available in both black and white. That same date, some bundles were announced.
The 9th of July 2016, backwards compatibility with Wii U games was announced and a new Pro controller with a touchscreen was revealed.
The Standard Bundle includes a Zenze with one controller. It costs around $200.
The Multiplayer Bundle includes a Zenze and two controllers. It costs around $225.
The Gaming Party Bundle includes a special edition red Zenze and four controllers. It costs around $250.
The Kirby Bundle includes a special edition Zenze with a pink-ish top and a Kirby icon at the side of the Zenze logo, two controllers, and a digital copy of Kirby. It costs around $250.
The NES Bundle includes a special edition NES styled Zenze, two special edition NES styled controllers, and digital copies of Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2 (Also known as "Super Mario USA"), Super Mario Bros. 3 and Dr. Mario. It costs about $275.
The Argentina Bundle was made to celebrate the bicentennial of Argentina's independence. It included a special edition Zenze and two controllers. It is a limited edition, and it costed about $275. It's currently sold out.
(More info here.)
The amiibo Bundle includes a Zenze, two controllers, and an amiibo of choice. It costs about $300.
The Super Mario Maker Bundle includes a Zenze, a Pro controller, Super Mario Maker and a 30th anniversary 8-Bit Mario amiibo. It costs about $300.
The 2016 Olympics Bundle' 'was made to celebrate the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, Brazil. It includes a special edition Zenze and two controllers. It is a limited edition, and it costs about $275.
(More info here.)
- Zenze was named "Project: Droid" during development, as a reference to the operating system "Android".
- While Zenze was in development, it actually didn't run Zen OS. Instead, it ran Android x86.
- Zenze used to be named Zen, but it was changed at last minute for unknown reasons.
- Zen Studios stated that "a successor to Zenze is not planned for the forseeable future"
- Zenze has a more economic version of it planned to be released alongside it, called Zen Tab.
- The Pro Controller was made for the only purpose of Wii U backwards compatibility, although Zen OS games can use the controller too.
- Zen Studios has released boxart templates for Zenze games.
- The first one is the preferred template for most games. It's called Ambient, and it only allows for the front of the boxart to be made.
- The second one allows for a more complete design, allowing the front, side and back of the boxart to be made. It was made by 7sk from VGBoxArt. It can be downloaded here.