It was just a few days ago this week when we brought you the final hardware specifications list for the M.O.J.O. Android-powered gaming console from Mad Catz, in addition to the final sticker price of $249.99 a pop that will definitely give some competition to the likes of the NVIDIA Shield and OUYA. Well, not all details were revealed back then, as we have discovered that the M.O.J.O. Android gaming console will support the ability for users to stream PC games directly to their TVs. This particular ability can be “turned on”, so to speak, using a software update that should arrive not too long after launch. Considering the M.O.J.O. Android gaming console will be available in limited quantities from December 10th onward, we hope that this software update will arrive before the 2013 calendar is binned and the whole world ushers in 2014.
What do you think of the M.O.J.O. Android gaming console? Do you think hardware like these will be able to create a strong “third pillar” of gaming devices in the market, offering something more casual for gamers who might want something less mainstream compared to the established players such as the upcoming Sony PS4, the Xbox One from Microsoft, and the already available Wii U from Nintendo.
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