Ouya or Gamestick are fun, but tie us to the living room. NVIDIA's Shield is great, but a touch bulky, and best used as a secondary device.
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OUYA gaming console, which has only been on retail for less than a month, has undoubtedly started a new kind of Android gaming scene. But like with any pioneer or trendsetter, there will always be some things that it won't get right at first, such as the initial user interface for the system. That will, however, soon change once the new update rolls out that will subtly yet effectively change how the OUYA presents games.
Chromecast, supporting apps like Netflix can stream content from your Android device. Rumors of Android TV have yet to pan out. Miracast is lost in the shuffle, seemingly defeated by the advent of Google’s $35 dongle. Then there is Android gaming, a sector that has just started taking shape, and is seeing rapid expansion.
mobile gaming from PC gaming start to blur. The M.O.J.O. from Mad Catz could follow suit, and perhaps that’s why they’ve released the S.T.R.I.K.E. keyboard.
FCC filing where the GamePad 2 was discovered -- it looks like it may be several months before anything official is announced.
NVIDIA SHIELD users have a wide variety of things they can do with their systems. There is the obvious such as gaming, however the SHIELD is also a regular Android device which means you can watch video, listen to music, surf the web and plenty of other things. Then there are the more interesting aspects such as PC Game Streaming and flying an AR.Parrot drone.
Android Jelly Bean handset being hailed as a gaming device bearing an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor and a 4.7-inch display. The device is now available for purchase in India for Rs. 15,999, which works out to a tad under $270 USD. We got a run down of its specs after the jump.