OUYA took crowd funding site Kickstarter by storm last year with its cube of Android gaming goodness that has been backed by several high profile figures in the tech industry including Jambox designer Yves Béhar and Xbox co-creator Ed Fries. Costing a mere £99, the hackable console will run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and pack a meaty quadcore Tegra 3 processor, a wireless gamepad, 8GB of storage and full HD support all of which is aimed at bringing the best of Android gaming like like Shadow Gun, Dead Trigger and Canabaltto to your TV.
Price: £99 | Due: March 2013 | Ouya
From OUYA to the NVIDIA Project Shield, here's five Android games consoles to look forward to in 2013 and beyond
In a year where we expect to get our first look at next generation consoles from Microsoft and Sony, Google is attempting to nudge its way into new and unfamiliar territory as a host of Android based consoles aim to launch in 2013 bringing some of the best mobile games available on Google Play and much more to your living room in a more wallet-friendly package.
If you've got the appetite for more bite-sized gaming over powering up your 360, PS3 or Wii U, we've picked five Android games consoles hoping to make it into shops this year.