iSec, a new videogame system being developed in China by a spinoff of Lenovo, won’t go into full-scale launch mode until early 2012.

According to IDG news, Eedoo Technology has decided to launch the system in December on a limited trial basis rather than a full-scale commercial launch. IDG news cited a spokesman with Eedoo as the source for the report.

The delay is the second announced this year.

The game system will cost $470 and is to feature controller-free play similar to the Kinect system from Microsoft’s Xbox 360.

Once the company has sold 1 million units it plans to expand sales overseas, the spokesperson said.

Lenovo spun off Eedoo in August 2010.

iSec stands for “Sports Entertainment Center.” Games are being developed in China, North America and Europe by various partners, IDG noted.

Lenovo, the world’s No. 2 PC manufacturer, is based primarily in China and operates an executive headquarters complex in Morrisville.

Read the full IDG report here.

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