HTML5 Test: 265/555
CSS3 Test: 41%
Acid 3 Test: 100%
Released June 2014
The OUYA is an Android based microconsole that raised $8.5 million on Kickstarter.
As the console is running Android it has the Android system browser which is accessed via Make -> Software in the main menu.
As it's using the Android 4.1 system Browser it handles websites well and, unlike some other Android TV devices, it uses a pixel density of 2 to ensure text is clearly rendered.
Other Android browsers that are available via direct download - such as Firefox - can be installed but, as it doesn't come with the Google Play store, installing Chrome is theoretically possible but isn't easy.
The controller maps the D-pad and the left analogue stick to keyboard navigation. There is a touchpad in the centre of the controller that is mapped to the mouse. Use of the touchpad is required for a range of UI functions that can't be completed using keyboard navigation.
|Operating System||Linux Android OUYA 4.1.2|
|Screen Resolution||1920 X 1080|
|Web Browser||Android 4.0|
|Browser Size||980 x 551|
|Flash Version||Not Installed|
Media query tests
What the device can read:
What the device says it isn't:
(orientation : portrait)
Other input devices
The console comes with a USB port and BlueTooth allowing the use of other input devices that will work with Android.