You can finally get your hands on the Mad Catz Mojo right on time for the holiday season.
The Mojo will launch on Dec. 10 for $250 (£220, about AU$264) in select countries - U.S., U.K., Canada, France and Germany - with no word just yet on a wider release.
The Mojo is expected to go up against fellow Android powered gaming machines, the Ouya and Nvidia Shield - with both already out now - and is priced neatly in between the two.
Mad Catz has pre-loaded the wee console with TegraZone, Google Play and remains an open platform that will be compatible with various mobile games from several different storefronts.
The price tag may seem a bit steep but that's because the Mojo comes packed with an Nvidia Tegra 4 T40S 1.8GHz Processor, 2GB of RAM and HDMI out capabilities with full 1080p resolution.
The mini console will also have 16GB of internal storage, bluetooth support and a USB port, will ship out with a CTRLR gamepad and HDMI cable among other accessories.
Pre-orders are available now from the company site, Newegg and Gamestop - which might be good to jump on if you're considering the Mojo, especially since Mad Catz noted the console will be available in "limited quantities."