When I wrote my initial impressions of the MOJO, I had only been using the unit for about a day or so (hence the impressions being “initial”). Now that I’ve had it for about three weeks, I’ve spent a lot of time doing various things with it – playing games, watching movies, streaming videos and NBA basketball; basically, a lot of the stuff I would normally used SHIELD for. This has given me a good idea of where MOJO’s strong points are, where it falls short, and how it stacks up against SHIELD and OUYA.
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