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Mad Catz's Mojo Android console launches Dec 10, for $249


2:45 PM on 10.08.2013
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Mojo, Mad Catz's little Android console for your living room, is set to hit shelves on December 10. They announced today that it will be priced at a yikes-faced $249.99 in USA, and for 249.99 Euro in Europe. 

Mad Catz announced the specs for the unit today. Its heart is a NVIDIA Tegra 4 T40S 1.8GHz processor, supported by 16GB of storage, 2GB of RAM, and Android Jelly Bean as the OS. You'll get Bluetooth, Wifi, a microSD slot, and HDMI out on this little tiny thing, too. 

Aside from the system itself, that $250 gets you a wireless controller, HDMI cables, and AA batteries. 

It's up against the Ouya and GameStick, of course. This one seems to be a bit more powerful than the others. 

If you're interested, pre-orders have officially kicked off

Mad Catz's Mojo Android console launches Dec 10, for $249 photo
Mad Catz's Mojo Android console launches Dec 10, for $249 photo





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