Lenovo's game company "Beijing Eedoo Technology" is currently hard at work on creating a controller-free console called the "eBox".
Jack Luo, president of Beijing Eedoo Technology, explains the eBox "The console will use a webcam to watch and interpret movements a player makes. Eedoo also makes sure to mention how you don't need a controller, unlike Playstation Move or Wii. Pricing on the unit is reported to be higher than Wii and less than an Xbox 360, however it'll also come with 30 free games."
16 global video game developers have agreed to create content for the eBox.
The console will first debut in China sometime in November, then later the global market. Jack Luo envisions more than one million eBoxes to be sold annually after the first two to three years on the market.