Ouya consoles start shipping to developers, first official unboxing reveals all its secrets

Ouya consoles start shipping to developers, first official unboxing reveals all its secrets
The Ouya Android game console was a thrilling concept when it first appeared on Kickstarter months ago, and since then the project has gotten massive multi-million funding and is much closer to release.

An affordable game console, the Ouya came with the promise of being an open platform for game development and a herald of change. And now, the first 1,200 Ouya developer edition consoles just got shipped to developers across the globe.

As exciting as this is, even more exciting is the fact that the console got an official unboxing from its very makers, and the developer edition looks gorgeous. A translucent, Rubik cube-sized box with all kinds of connectivity and two gamepads, along with a set of cords is what is inside the box.

The console is made to be open and the controllers are meant to be fully customizable and can easily change from the translucent plastic to another body. You connect the Ouya to your HD TV via HDMI, and there’s also a microUSB port for easily hooking it up with your computer. Check out the official unboxing right below.

source: Ouya via Engadget

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