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OUYA Android console up for pre-order on Amazon


10:30 AM on 02.05.2013
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Following last night's announcement that OUYA would finally be making its retail appearance in June, the system has made itself available for pre-order via Amazon.com. The Android console, as already revealed, will cost $99.99, with additional controllers setting you back a further $49.99.

Amazon has a big ol' page full of pictures and marketing talk, so you can go take a look at that if you want. 

Anybody planning to drop the bones for this little number? Sheer curiosity is compelling me to acquire one, though I don't know how long I'd end up using the thing. I'm open to being more sold on it, however. What do you folks reckon?

OUYA product page [Amazon, thanks Reuben!]

Check out all our previous OUYA news coverage.






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