For those who are unaware Android is a Google-based operating system that is distantly related to Linux. Over the last few years it gained enough momentum to overtake the mobile phone and tablet markets, as with all such operating systems "apps" were the order of the day and as everybody plays some form of game there were many games made for the platform. This level of in-built support and general freedom proved too tempting to many a maker of devices and several have now attempted to make a box to sit under TVs. Mad Catz, long time manufacturer of gaming grade equipment and accessories, are trying their hand at making an Android-based console. They are not the first to do this, but unlike the Ouya they are not locking it down on their end (Google Play and Amazon are said to be compatible); it is not made by a group of hopefuls that are new to the business world and they are not a fly-by-night Chinese clone factory either. As the title says it goes by the name M.O.J.O.. The initial unveiling happened at this year's E3 but this announcement is the big one where dates, prices, and specs have been provided. Price: $249.99 Date: December 10th Specs Nvidia's 1.8GHz Tegra 4 processor 2GB of RAM 16GB of internal storage with microSD card support, HDMI-out Wi-Fi Bluetooth connectivity Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean Mad Catz News Post IGN Announcement Preorder Here I like the specs but I'm more than happy with my OUYA right now. I can't really see any Android games needing 2 GB of ram until closer to the Tegra 5 release. Also, the $249.99 price really sucks when you can get a 8GB Wii U at the same price or a 4GB 360 for cheaper. I think Mad Catz should have aimed for the $149.99 price.