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The Best Microconsole

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With mobile games growing more popular every day, a new type of game experience has arrived in the form of microconsoles that run on a version of Google’s mobile OS, Android. These small Android devices are quietly sneaking in as devices that you can connect to your television, allowing you to experience your mobile games on the big screen.

For our money, the Ouya managed to impress us the most. With its under-$100 price and compact, attractive design - combined with the fact that you can play every one of the over 500 available games for free before you decide to buy them - the Ouya has a clear advantage over the other systems on the market and gets our recommendation for the microconsole you should snatch up.

There is a console-style controller included, and the Ouya has WiFi, Bluetooth, USB 2.0, HDMI, and Ethernet port connectivity. The device has 8GB of storage - but that can be expanded via USB.

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