Mad Catz M.O.J.O. Android game console launches December 10th for $250
Earlier this year at E3, Mad Catz had a lot of people interested in their new Android gaming console. Well, the time has finally come to get your hands on M.O.J.O.
M.O.J.O. is an Android-powered system built to make handheld gaming a little more interesting. Plug the console into your TV with an HDMI cable, sign into your Google Play, TegraZone, or Amazon AppStore account, and that’s it. The games that you love to play on your phone or tablet will be projected to your TV screen. Everything that you have previously purchased will be available for you to download to the device. Maneuver around the screen with the C.T.R.L.R Mobile Gamepad, or an official Mad Catz gaming mouse. Also, for what is probably the most overlooked feature of the product, it’s not just used for gaming. You can stream Netflix or Hulu, or basically anything else you’d like to do on an Android device.
Along with the shipping/pricing information, Mad Catz also released the full list of specs for the device. It will ship with NVIDIA’s 1.8GHz Tegra 4 processor, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, 16GB of on-board storage with microSD card slot, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities, and 2GB of RAM. The device also has a headphone jack and two additional USB ports.
The M.O.J.O. gaming system is available for pre-order, and can be yours for $250. The device ships December 10th, so make to get your pre-order in soon!
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