Well I can't help but love projects like this, obviously it would never compete in the console market but it could carve a sustainable niche out for itself if it managed to create a decent software lineup with a steady stream of indie titles at the very least.

That however has changed in my opinion, with the now confirmed SteamBox which I believe will attract the same crowd that would have liked the OUYA, only the Steambox will be alot more attractive due to a wider range of games and (I assume) better hardware specs.

So I think Steambox will eat OUYA's proveribal lunch, question is if Steambox itself will be able to carve out more than a niche chunk of the console gaming market.