Mad Catz has confirmed that the company's upcoming "hardcore" Android-based microconsole, M.O.J.O.
, will be able to stream PC games to the user's television.
The functionality is expected to be similar to what can be found on the NVidia Shield, although a representative from Mad Catz said the feature may not be available on the M.O.J.O. from launch.
"For PC streaming to work, M.O.J.O. will require a simple update which we hope will be available shortly after launch," the representative told Gamasutra, who added that a date had not yet been set for this update. "The plan is indeed for M.O.J.O. to enable streaming from compatible PCs', allowing gamers to play their PC titles on the living room TV."
Mention of this functionality was originally present on the M.O.J.O.'s website but removed shortly after the device's official announcement, likely owing to the as-yet uncertain timeline for rolling out the feature.
The M.O.J.O., which is intended to be completely open to developers, is currently set for release on December 10th.