OUYE is a ripoff of many gaming consoles, all at once


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Gone are the days when the Chinese were only known for sub-standard quality ripoff devices. Most Chinese OEMs are now making some truly beautiful devices with designs that often beat the ones from many international brands.

However, there still seems a section of makers in China interested in ripping off designs. With the open-source and popular nature of Android, software is the last thing makers are concerned about, which makes ripping off popular stuff even easier.

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The new OUYE (rings a bell?) gaming console is one such ripoff. The Android powered, crowdfunded project comes with a main console that mirrors the PlayStation 4’s looks, with a controller that steals the design from the Xbox One. Oh and if you haven’t realized yet, the name OUYE is un-inspiringly inspired by OUYA, the Android powered, crowdfunded gaming console.

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The makers of OUYE claim that they’ve spent “6 months on the unique design”. Yes, we buy that…

The ripoff console is powered by the Allwinner A80 octa-core processor, so if not a full-fledged gaming console, the OUYE does have the potential to make a decent Android powered TV box with a pretty controller.

Crowdfunded projects can be tricky, and quite a few of them don’t reach the goal which means they’re scrapped.

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