The GameStick from PlayJam has gone through its fair share of growing pains in the past, and in the most recent news, it touts a delay of its release all the way to October 29th. Well, we are glad to say that it has finally arrived over at the FCC, which can only mean one thing – it is well on its way to be released soon. Just to recap, the PlayJam GameStick is a tiny box which you are able to plug right into your TV’s HDMI port so that it is capable of running games on the big screen. Underneath the hood, you will find an Amlogic ARM Cortex-A9 processor that will be powered by an Android-based operating system.
Apart from that, the PlayJam GameStick will also feature a wireless game controller that has a slot within which allows you to stash away the stick whenever it is not in use. I guess with its appearance over at the FCC, this can only mean that it is really all set to ship by the time October 29th arrives, according to the latest reports. On the same page, there has been no surprises thrown up by the FCC documents, so the 1GB RAM and 8GB of internal memory remains the same.
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