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Submitted by -Mezzo- 857d ago | video

Ouya developer console gets an official unboxing, flaunts transparent case

Engadget - It's a little early for an Ouya teardown, but Kickstarters who chipped in $699 won't have to wait long to see what the little console is made of -- Ouya's developer hardware is transparent. (Gadgets, Gaming, OUYA)

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kingPoS  +   856d ago
The Hulu of gaming?

Who knows what may happen in 2013?
aviator189  +   856d ago
I highly doubt this game system will make any waves in the industry, but the size and the price are certainly attractive.
hazelamy  +   856d ago
when they said only the dev models are plastic, i assume they mean clear plastic, and regular buyers aren't going to get it in wood or something. o_O

anyway, i'd certainly love to get one of the final versions of this.

trouble is, being that small, i could end up losing it. ^_^

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