: With the public launch of the Ouya Android-powered home console fast approaching
, electronics repair company iFixit has taken the console apart, to see exactly what's inside this $99 box.
The in-depth teardown includes a look at the insides of the console itself, all the way down to the motherboard, as well as a dismantling of the Bluetooth controller that comes supplied with the hardware.
The teardown exposes the two 4Gb DD3 SDRAM modules, the Nvidia Tegra 3 Multi-Core CPU, and the controller's touchpad controller, used for 2D mouse tracking in-game.
For the full breakdown, read the full step-by-step guide on the iFixit website