diablomaster000 wrote:The latest cell phones have more power then this crap ware.
The units were sent out for a "preview period" to test, in order for Ouya to make improvements based on feedback before the product's official retail launch. The early shipping was also an opportunity for supporters of the Kickstarter campaign to get their hands on the hardware.
nologo wrote:i just want it for xmbc + and a nice media hub. for £99 who can complain.
Madbrit2K5 wrote:Ouya is about creative gameplay, indie games at there best! Not raw console power.
People need to understand what this console is, it's never been designed to take on the big three.
Like everything it comes down to software, not hardware.
It might be a niche market but finger crossed it can succeed.
Plus it's nice to see a company up front about its issues and what it's doing to correct them!
ultimately for £100 whats the choice, for the average person, a starter programmer, or young kids???
£100 new - gets you a wii, or nearly a xbox, or nearly a ps3 or it will get you a tablet,
£100 2nd hand will get the above with games/a better tablet, or a cheap laptop/home pc
Padua wrote:nologo wrote:i just want it for xmbc + and a nice media hub. for £99 who can complain.
I want it for that and also to see what the modding community does with it. Could be mental.
At worst it can always remain a decent unintrusive xmbc and media hub for my non-smart TV's
I hope it isn't long before the Google Play store is hacked into being on it.
I will have a lot of mobile apps/game that I can enjoy on the OUYA too!
I backed this project but am going to pick mine up on holiday in the USA this June for $99.
Has anyone used a Rasperry Pi for an xmbc
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