The GameStick is yet another Android-based console looking to bring gamers a compact gaming experience on their TV screens. Most remember the OUYA and their Kickstarter campaign just a few months ago. Now the GameStick is looking to appeal to the new audience with an even smaller design. It includes a device that plugs into your television through the HDMI port. Creator PlayJam is aiming for $100,000 to complete the development of the device and make it one of the smallest and most portable gaming consoles out there.

The system itself is small enough to fit within its controller and has an Amlogic 8726-MX processor, 1GB DDR 3 / 8GB Flash, and runs Android Jelly Bean. At $79 for both the controller and console it seems to be a pretty good deal, especially for gamers on the go.

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