Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 28th Dec 2012 16:05 UTC
Games "We just licked the stamps and waved a fond farewell to 1200 OUYA Developer Consoles. These are the early versions of OUYA that developers will use to start making games. They're on their way to developers around the globe - by land, air and sea. OK, only by air - we want you to get them quick. Devs, expect them on your doorstep within the next few days." The SDK has been released as well.
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RE[6]: OUYA
by henderson101 on Mon 31st Dec 2012 10:05 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: OUYA"
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But to get a half decent Pandora, you are looking at the price of a reasonable Laptop. I looked a few weeks ago and the cheapest model was ~€249, but with a major warning about only buying it for underpowered usage, the other two were over €400 and for the ultimate over €660. I'm not even sure it that included VAT, certainly didn't include shipping. Those prices are kind of insane when you see how cheap the Nexus 7 is in comparison. I've no idea if the specs are comparable, but it seems disproportionate. I mainly want to play PS1 and older console games, so I'm honestly better off hacking a PSP 3000 to run homebrew. I already own one, but it was about half the price. The Pandora obviously can run a full desktop Linux, but I've done that in the past (Zaurus and Angstrom on an old HP WINCE, as well as N800/N810) and it's no more useful that owning a tablet and using that for "work".

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