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Friday, 02 November 2012 15:49

Ouya console printed circuit finallized

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Moving to Engineering Verification Testing


We have not heard about Ouya since the Kickstarter pledge ended earlier this year, but now Ouya's founder Julie Uhrman posted a picture of its printed circuit, that is impressively half the size of a coke can.

The printed circuit is in its initial design phase and will now be moving to final development, just a step before mass production. The new printed circuit will head to what Uhrman calls the "Engineering Verification Testing" phase that includes fine tuning software and hardware performance. It is also worth to note that they have already updated the OS to Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

The alpha developer kits should be in the hands of those eager developers in December. According to early details, it appears that multi-tasking is out of the picture as Ouya will be limited to run one game or one app at a time.

You can check out more info here. (via Arstechnica.com).

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Last modified on Friday, 02 November 2012 17:32

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