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Ouya Consoles Will Start Shipping On December 28th 121

Posted by timothy
from the did-you-bet-correctly? dept.
sfcrazy writes "Ouya has stuck to its deadlines. The team has posted an update on the official blog that the units will start shipping on the scheduled date of December 28th. These units are for those developers who backed the project on Kickstarter. There is some surprise for developers with this console. 'What we didn't tell you was that the advance dev consoles you ordered are pretty special – you'll know what I mean when you open yours. They're rare drops. :P,' says the official post."
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Ouya Consoles Will Start Shipping On December 28th

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  • Re:Suck it down (Score:5, Interesting)

    by fiannaFailMan (702447) on Friday November 30, 2012 @07:45PM (#42150541) Journal

    Suck it down all of you that claimed the Ouya would be vaporware!

    I don't believe anyone said that they are vaporware.
      The arguments was -- they may either under-deliver on the specs or go above the $99 cost making it. It seemed pretty convincing to me (in the previous slashdot discussions)

    Let's see where it goes

    There is always a possibility they will run out of money before they ship all of them.

    Quite. Here's another /. prediction that we all remember well:

    Raise your hand if you have iTunes ...

    Raise your hand if you have a FireWire port ...

    Raise your hand if you have both ...

    Raise your hand if you have $400 to spend on a cute Apple device ...

    There is Apple's market. Pretty slim, eh? I don't see many sales in the future of iPod.

    What the fuck is it with /. that attracts so many pessimistic know-it-alls who have to piss on everything on the day of its launch?

    How the hell do you know how much money they've got? STFU.

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