Ouya‘s $99 video game console is designed to be hackable, so the company hasn’t exactly been shy about explaining its features, showing off its, design, or even giving us a peek at the small box’s insides.
But if you want a more detailed look and haven’t managed to get your hands on one of the early units sent to Kickstarter backers, now you can live vicariously through photos on the FCC website (or the gallery below).
The Ouya passed through the FCC this week, and while some schematics and diagrams are hidden away behind the usual confidentiality agreements, you can read the user manual and test reports and check out some pictures of the Ouya’s insides and outsides.
Under the hood the Ouya is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of storage. Since the device is designed for gaming, one of the biggest components is a fan which should help keep the CPU from overheating.
And in case you were curious, it looks like the Ouya uses Samsung memory and has an AzureWave wireless chip.