The number of micro Android gaming consoles is quickly growing. The GameStick, a $79 Ouya competitor, is scheduled to ship in July.
The Mad Catz Arcade GameStick offers more traditional arcade-style control options for the Xbox 360 (and PCs), but some design miscues keep it from being as great as it could be.
The Android-powered games console won't go on sale until the end of November at the earliest, and early reports say it has a few problems.
Check out the tiny GameStick console, a Kickstarter success story, ahead of its July release date.
The Ouya competitor is showing off the final look of its Android gaming console.
This Android console in your pocket picks up where Ouya left off, and goes along for the ride.
The Kickstarter-funded Android console is cheaper and smaller, but also less powerful than the Ouya.
[commentary] They have similar names and do comparable things, but the various tech for getting content from your phone or tablet onto your TV work in very different ways.
Ouya's shift from game-console hardware freed it up to target a wider range of TV-connected devices. But it may have jumped from the frying pan into the Fire TV.