It would've used the same controllers as Zenze.
The leaked specifications show that the console would of have had 32GB of internal memory and Wi-Fi connectivity. It'd of have used both disks and downloadable content.
While there is no way to know for sure, the idea was most likely scrapped near June 2016, a month after Zen Tab was revealed.
- The console was codenamed "S" during development, in reference to the S in its name.
- It's strangely the only Zen Studios console that was in development with a codename that didn't start with "Project:"
- Due to the console's name, it was most likely planned after Zen's rename to Zenze.