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Submitted by DarkLordMalik 443d ago | news

Mad Catz MOJO Might Use NVIDIA GameStream technology

A few months back it was announced that Mad Catz MOJO will get a PC streaming feature, soon after its 10th December launch date. Alex Verrey, Mad Catz’ Global PR Director, has confirmed that they are in talks with Nvidia to bring its GameStream technology to their micro, Android based console. (Android, Mad Catz, NVIDIA, PC, Tech)

MultiConsoleGamer  +   443d ago
I'm actually looking forward to the Mojo.
jeffgoldwin  +   442d ago
I don't see how this is going to do attract buyers away from Nvidia shield. In fact MOJO is going to be less atractive considering that Shield has a 5" screen and can do stream full fledged pc games.

Idk such a niche segment of people for this. Maybe Mad Catz is thinking the $150 cheaper price is a system sellor? I dunno, I don't get it.
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