it's a thing – brings with it another growing industry trend: PC game streaming. Mad Catz has confirmed to Joystiq sister-site Engadget that its Android-based home console M.O.J.O. will add the ability to stream PC games to a user's television after the device launches.
In response to Joystiq's request for further details on how the feature would work, a Mad Catz representative said the company was not ready to divulge. "The plan is indeed for M.O.J.O. to enable streaming from compatible PCs, allowing gamers to play their PC titles on the living room TV, however, we have not yet confirmed when this functionality will be enabled. For PC streaming to work, M.O.J.O. will require a simple update which we hope will be available shortly after launch," Joystiq was told.
The M.O.J.O. is set to arrive in December for $250 and, unlike other currently available and upcoming Android-based microconsoles, the system has access to the Google Play store. The system's final hardware specifications can be found after the break.