Yesterday, you had to buy without certainty of the "if and when" MOJO would actually launch....without knowledge of specs and price point too. Today, a buyer knows there is no "if" to it anymore and he/she knows the "when." If you really have believed in this product's potential all along, do you really believe that this price dip is going to prevail for very long?? Not me.
I was optimistic at the time of the initial announcement, but now that we know the specs, the price and the fact that it won't be front and center at Best Buy this holiday season I have toned down my expectations dramatically.
Today you can pick up a system that is half as good, the Ouya, for $100. If (when?) they upgrade their chip to the Tegra 4 I can't see them selling it for less than $200, still beating MOJO by 20% or the cost of a controller. We can hope that MOJO's user experience is much better, but customizing Android isn't a MCZ core competency. The fact that Ouya doesn't provide access to an open app market is the wild card.
The European market is interesting for this product, but 6 days ago Ouya announced they will be there retailing their product for about 100 Euro by the end of October. It still gets the jump on the better MOJO by over a month.