What are the "in game" advantages of Tegra 4 over Tegra 3? The reviews of Ouya aren't that positive mostly due to its limited access to games. I have no idea as to how many Ouya customers will be upgrading to a premium MOJO, but my guess is that the percentage will be small.
Don't forget that Ouya's pre-order campaign was done through Kickstarter, so it was basically a social partnership between the company and its target customers. About 60,000 people pre-ordered through Kickstarter, so that is 60k in sales even before it hit the stores. Another 4k reserved a gamer tag, so you can be sure that most of these people bought a system once they could touch it. To get to your conservative 100k figure (lets call it 120k) it would mean that in 4 months the retail channel has only matched the presale volume.
MCZ is doing a presale too, but it isn't crowd-funding the product. Based on the current level of MOJO buzz I'd be surprised if they do 5k in presales before December 10th.
Uh, the fact that MOJO has a T4 chip just rendered Ouya 'obsolete' in the minds of users. MCZ is aiming high, and trying to get at least 6 months (if not a year) out of initial design. I was expecting them to go more head-to-head with Ouya on price / capabilities, but they're aiming hard at the middle of the market, between mobile and big consoles.
Who cares how many OUYA customers upgrade to MOJO. That universe is only "conservatively" 100k in size. The universe of smartphone owners who might want to run their android apps and play their android games on a big screen with state of the art graphics is thousands of times that size. I'd be surprised if they didn't sell 5k in pre-orders yesterday.
Well...eh... I keep telling myself not to post here and spend time doing something productive, but anyway...lol... Ouya was very much hyped. Mojo was not. The article yesterday seemed to be the first time most gamers had ever heard of Mojo. This is why some people question DRs leadership. Given that fact and the reaction to that article (and the price for that matter) I very much doubt Mojo will sell nearly as well as the Ouya. The only hope for shareholders is the Asian, possibly Euro markets. I don't know even it's available over there.
Go to google news and search on "mad catz mojo". You'll get 12 pages of returned results representing nearly 120 articles, most dated within the last 24 hours on MOJO. The query itself returns 4850 results. I think it's safe to say the word is out.