Jun 12, 2013 03:19 PM EDT
The Android console gaming field is becoming increasingly crowded. We already have the Ouya and Bluestacks Gampop, along with other device like the Nvidia Shield handheld. Now there is confirmation from Mad Catz CEO Darren Richardson that the firm is producing the Android Mojo micro console:
“The firm stopped short of giving us all the specifications, but we can tell you that it supports Bluetooth 4.0, and will ship with the company's GameSmart C.T.R.L.R. wireless GamePad. Thanks to the images, we also get a clue at some of the connectivity, which includes two regular USB ports, one micro-USB, an HDMI out, headphone connector and microSD slot.”
Other potential specs include:
“It suggests that the device will ship with 16GB of internal storage, two USB ports, possibly Nvidia's Tegra 4 processor, and the ability to download games from existing Android app stores like Google Play and Amazon Appstore, as well as the ability to stream and play games wirelessly from a PC.”
The device made its debut during the E3 conference as Project M.O.J.O., perhaps not the best place to make its debut. It will have to share the spotlight with not just Ouya, Gamestick and Gamepop, but also Xbox One, PS4 and Wii-U, the three consoles that everyone at E3 is most interested in.
Mobile gaming still hasn’t become a fully developed industry but with all the new Android game consoles rolling out you would think that it’s a booming field. That’s not entirely far off the mark because mobile games are growing in dominance over handhelds with spending increasing significantly on Google Play.
The device is currently still in prototype and a release date isn’t know.
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