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PlayJam GameStick Devkit Unboxing (Video)

PlayJam GameStick is a video game console comprised of an AMLogic powered mini PC and a wireless game controller. They had a successful kickstarter campaign with 5,691 backers, and the company started to ship developer’s kits earlier this month.

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Those kits are designed for developers, and is not the final hardware which, as Liliputing reports, will be available in June for $79. The retail version of the GameStick will feature a smaller stick with mini USB port (instead of a full USB port in the devkit), and a controller with a better finish.

In the meantime, PlayJam has uploaded an unboxing video of the development kits, showing the mini PC, controller and accessories (cables, power supply, etc..), as well as a quick demo.

The demo shows the first boot setup (language, display layout, ethernet, Wi-Fi settings),  the Gamestick store, and they play a RipideGP.

If you’re a game developer, you can access the SDK to add support for GameStick’s controller and be listed in their store.

Via Liliputing.

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