By the end of the year, it may be easier to name the companies who don’t make an Android gaming console than the ones that do. Accessory giant Mad Catz is getting in on the action now, revealing an Nvidia Tegra 4-powered console called Project Mojo.What else hides beneath the Mojo’s gently-sloping chassis? There’s 16GB of internal storage, integrated WiFi, and Bluetooth Smart 4.0 (which won’t be taken advantage of until the next big Android update ships).On the Mojo’s back side you’ll have access to a pair of USB ports, an HDMI output, speaker/audio out, and a micro SD slot for storage expansion. The power button’s back there, too. Mad Catz is also throwing in its slick C.T.R.L.R Bluetooth gaming controller.Mad Catz has plenty of street cred when it comes to gaming, and that could certainly help sell the Mojo. The fact that it’s shipping with a Tegra 4 chip won’t hurt, either.Don’t forget that the Tegra 4 is capable of streaming games from an NVidia-equipped PC. For hardcore gamers that want to occasionally rock out on their favorite PC titles on a larger-than-normal display, it’s a killer feature that Mojo offers that the first-gen Ouya and GamePop don’t.Sure, NVidia’s Project Shield will be able to stream too, but you’ll be paying much more for it. Mad Catz hasn’t revealed pricing for Project Mojo yet, but surely it’ll sell for less than $349. It’s up against hundred-dollar consoles, after all, and doesn’t have a screen or a massive battery pack inflating costs.If Mad Catz can find the right price point, Mojo could be a big hit. They’ve also apparently got some control issues to work out, but the company told IGN that they’re all over it.