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Ouya Game Console

OUYA is another impressive kickstarter success story, it raised $8.5 million and became the website´s second-highest-earning project in its history(first is pebble watch with $10 million). The Android powered game console is beautifully designed and is about the size of a Rubik’s cube, it uses an nVIDIA quad-core CPU and outputs via HDMI at up to a stunning 1080p resolution. An exclusive Ouya store features applications and games designed specifically for the Ouya platform, but all systems can be used as development kits, allowing any Ouya owner and gamer to also be a developer, without the need for licensing fees. watch the video

Available in Europe here




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MSTAND FOR NOTEBOOKS | BY RAIN DESIGN | Image

MSTAND FOR NOTEBOOKS | BY RAIN DESIGN

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MOSHI XYNC

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PARCSLOPE | BY TWELVE SOUTH | Image

PARCSLOPE | BY TWELVE SOUTH

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