The PlayBox is a home video game console and entertainment system developed by Olympus Inc. Announced in October 2015, it was released worldwide on 22 April 2016.
Development of the PlayBox began as early as March 2009 under the codename "Trinity".
Olympus worked with its game development subsidiaries in designing the console, with input on the controller and the operating system being taken into consideration.
On 2 October 2015, Olympus released a cinematic reveal trailer of the PlayBox, which was followed by a Q&A livestream the next day.
The console was released worldwide on 22 April 2016 for US$479 at launch.
Support for the PlayBox is expected to end in early 2024, with complete discontinuation expected by September 2024.
The PlayBox uses a custom developed accelerated processing unit. The CPU consists of ten 64-bit core processors, with 16GB of GDDR5 memory.