M.O.J.O., like Ouya, will be a physical box that can hook up to televisions and access one of many online retailers that sell games made for Android, including Google Play and Tegra Zone. There’s a Micro USB port, two USB ports, and HDMI around back, so everyone should be set for basic connectivity options. The point is to bring Android games from the small screens of smartphones and tablets to the television, and, unlike the Ouya, Mad Catz is touting several (of its own) GameSmart peripherals that will be designed to work with M.O.J.O., like controllers, mice, keyboards, and headsets.
M.O.J.O. is currently slated for a holiday 2013 release, but Mad Catz hasn’t offered any pricing details yet.