Prototype. Basically it's one of those Android sticks that plugs into the HDMI port and runs Android on your TV, and a wireless gamepad. The stick fits into the gamepad for easy transport, and also because that's neat. It's powered from the HDMI port (for TVs with MHL support) or via USB. Developed by PlayJam, a games developer/publisher/distribution network with an already established library of games for SmartTVs and mobile platforms. The platform is supposed to be "open" to (or one hack away from) other Android software as well. It will be $79. Not bad. Official page. Kickstarter page. The goal has already been reached (twice over).