If you didn't catch Ouya's Kickstarter, you can still preorder from the console's official website.
Android indie console Ouya has just finished successfully fundraising for its Kickstarter, which closed at $8,596,475, garnering the console the second spot on the most-raised spot in Kickstarter.
For whatever reason, if you didn't get a chance to throw your money into the Kickstarter, you still have a chance to preorder the console before it lands next year. You can find the preorder details at Ouya's website.
The preorder will set you back $109 if you're in the U.S. and $119 international, just a tad pricier than Kickstarter adopters who are only shelling out $99. You'll be paying for the console, along with one controller. Unfortunately, Kickstarter donors have a leg up on those who preorder now, as they'll be getting the console in March 2013, a whole month before current preorder customers.
The Ouya was first dubiously received earlier when it was unveiled just a few weeks back. However, the well-known industry names behind the console, along with a clever deal with OnLive, has turned many doubtful about the indie console's success into believers.