Mad Catz microconsole MOJO boots up pre-orders for $250, ships in December

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Mad Catz microconsole MOJO boots up pre-orders for $250, ships in December
Mad Catz's Android-based console MOJO is now available for pre-order. The system's price is now set at $249.99, and is expected to ship on December 10.

Announced in June, MOJO separates itself from the likes of systems such as Ouya by allowing players to access games on the Google Play store. MOJO runs a stock version of Android and carries 16 GB of storage with a micro SD support for expandable storage up to 128 GB as well as a 1.8 GHz Tegra 4 processor. The console comes with a Mad Catz Ctrl-R bluetooth-enabled game pad, which includes a physical switch to change between three modes: Android controller, PC controller and mouse input.
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Mad Catz® Sets Price And Launch Date For Its Highly-Anticipated M.O.J.O.™ Micro-Console™ For Android™
Now Accepting Pre-Orders

San Diego – October 8, 2013 – Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. ("Mad Catz") (NYSE MKT/ TSX: MCZ) announced today that it will launch its M.O.J.O. Micro-Console for Android, in limited quantities, on December 10, 2013. Mad Catz also announced that it has begun accepting pre-orders with a MSRP of $249.99.

"The M.O.J.O. Micro-Console for Android has attracted strong interest due to its high-performance hardware, open software platform and the ecosystem of accessories," said Darren Richardson, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. "M.O.J.O. is the center piece of our GameSmart™ mobile initiative and brings core gaming experiences to the mobile platform."

Confirmed specifications for M.O.J.O. include an NVIDIA® Tegra®4 T40S 1.8GHz Processor, 2GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, HDMI out capabilities with full 1080p resolution, Bluetooth, microSD™ Flash Slot with support for SDXC™ Cards up to 128GB, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n and the Android 4.2.2 operating system.

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