Mad Catz’s M.O.J.O. Microconsole Costs $250, Opens for Preorders
The M.O.J.O., an Android-based but TV-connected microconsole developed by gaming-peripherals manufacturer Mad Catz, will cost $250 when it goes on sale in December, the company announced today. That puts it near the high end of competing Android gaming devices, closer to the portable $300 Nvidia Shield than the TV-connected $80 GameStick or $100 Ouya. The M.O.J.O.’s website is now accepting preorders ahead of its Dec. 10 launch date, although the company said in a press release that the microconsole will only be available “in limited quantities” at that time.