For those of you who’ve pre-ordered their developer kits from OUYA, you’ll be getting your tiny cube on the 28th. Its a bit late for Christmas, but its the thought that counts, ain’t it? The dev units are early versions of the final console and the final design and are purpose-built for testing the Nvidia Tegra 3 hardware to make sure everything works like it should – they’re also special units, says OUYA, and will be pretty rare. The OUYA Development Kit will also ship towards the end of the year and features and emulator to allow developers to get a feel for how things run before testing it out on the real thing. For those of you who bought the regular console – sorry! The official launch is now pegged for March 2013.
Source: Tom’s Hardware
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