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OUYA makes it to the FCC, shows off the full monty

0. phoneArena posted on 19 Apr 2013, 13:55

The Android-powered gaming console OUYA has already started shipping to its many Kickstarter backers, and the plan is to have the consoles out to all backers by the end of May. That would be just in time for the official release date of the console, which is scheduled for June 4th. Of course, before it can have its official release to retail, it has to go through the FCC and it looks like it is doing that right now...

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posted on 19 Apr 2013, 15:56 1

1. Droiddoes (unregistered)

LOL No one cares.

posted on 19 Apr 2013, 17:23 2

2. FlushGordon (unregistered)

Hahaha...there's that joke
It is powered by Tegra 3

posted on 19 Apr 2013, 20:15

6. HDShatter (Posts: 1021; Member since: 17 Jan 2013)

Tegra 3 is junk, would be worth it if it had a tegra 4...

posted on 19 Apr 2013, 17:52

3. exo2u (Posts: 27; Member since: 10 May 2012)

Badass, can't wait for it! I feel bad for all the people that don't have enough imagination to figure out how worth it this is lol. So much functionality for 99$ dollars its ridiculous.
Here I am droidoes, just showing your ignorance.
I appreciate all if michaels work and you(droiddoes) sh** on it with comments like that, grow up..menatally.

posted on 19 Apr 2013, 20:05

5. exo2u (Posts: 27; Member since: 10 May 2012)

Lol mentally. And sleepingoz, your right it can be as simple as 7-800 dollars but why not make it as simple as 99$. People need to know that this isn't for "android" games there for "ouya" games witch will be exclusive to it just like every other console, and any of the android ports that come to it will be specifically optimized for it and not hundreds of different handsets or tablets.

posted on 19 Apr 2013, 17:57 1

4. SleepingOz (unregistered)

GNOTE II + MHL adapter + PS3 controller

as simple as that..

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