That’s right, interested parties who haven’t backed the project, but are still interested in bringing OUYA into their home, can head over to the official website and pre-order their unit right now. Those who have backed the project are still expected to get their consoles in March.
The OUYA website has set expected deliver to June 2013 if you order from there, but we also have the option of waiting for it to hit shelves at retailers including Best Buy, Gamestop and Target. Amazon will also carry the device.
For $99.99 gamers will get the console itself, a wireless Bluetooth controller, two AA batteries, a region specific power adapter and an HDMI cable. If you’re looking to do some multiplayer Android gaming, an additional controller will set you back $49.99.