Ouya Android Console Will Be About the Size of a Rubik’s Cube

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  • 25 Jul 2012
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  • There’s been a lot of talk recently about Android game consoles, with companies such as Samsung and Archos mentioned, but it all started when mystery firm Ouya unveiled its project. They’re creating a $99 cube device with Android 4.0 and specs good enough to play the latest Android games.

    They describe their console, in their latest official update as “quite small, about the size of a Rubik’s cube”. It appears that it can fit anywhere in the room, thanks to its measurements and it’s also easy to transport in a backpack. The details came from hardware designer Yves Behar in a recent interview. The Ouya is supposed to have a quad core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage and it was first rumored early this month when the listings at AngelList.com referenced the unit.

    Since then it got viral and many blogs and sites wrote about it. It was also added to Kickstarter in order to receive funding as a new project. Tens of thousands of investors showed up and some contributed $99, that will bring them a console and a controller. Imagine this device integrated with a gaming cloud service… dreamy, right?

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    SOURCE: Kotaku
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