"Our goal when we designed the Dyno was based on XBMC. We know that XBMC development has been focused around the Pivios XIOS, so we developed the Dyno to not only include the same core hardware that you find in the XIOS, but to also cram it into the tiny Mk802 formfactor. Our goals have been met and at the end of the day we got to really make our impression on the TV box industry."
The Dyno, now out for only a few days, has already received much attention and speculation from the XBMC community because of G-Box's high-staking claims of running XBMC with full hardware support. The G-Box response officially is "Try it out for yourself. We've got this thing working and the word is going to spread like fire. Everybody will be getting a Dyno once it becomes well known that it supports XBMC hardare decoding." This is a huge impact on not only Android TV Boxes, but also XBMC in general.
Without a doubt the same question arrives, "What does this have to do with Ouya?". It is getting more relevant each and every day that Ouya is going to be late to the Android show. With more and more devices such as the Dyno coming out by G-Box there's really not going to be much left to impress on the day of Ouya's release, since there's already quite a few alternatives on the market already.
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