A new version of the Ouya, the diminutive Android-powered console that rose to fame in 2012 on Kickstarter, is now available with 16 GB of storage and a "refined version" of its controller.
According to the device's creators, the controller's new Bluetooth configuration offers "better buttons" and "faster response." The new, matte black console also sports the latest Ouya firmware and "boosted wi-fi connectivity."
The new version retails for $129.99 though Amazon in Canada and the U.S. and on Ouya's official site. The original 8 GB version will remain available for purchase.
You can check out our impressions of the original console Polygon's Ouya review. You can also read our interview with those behind Ouya to learn more about how they want to change and improve the console over time.
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