OUYA Kickstarter backers still awaiting consoles

Backers of the OUYA gaming console launched on Kickstarter in mid 2012, are still waiting for their promised consoles which were expected to arrive in March of this year.
The video game console for TV  built on Android open source technology already available to purchase from  Best Buy, Amazon and Gamestop for about $99, was hugely successful on the crowdsourcing site raising a total of about $8.6 million from enthusiastic financial supporters.
But now, as the public have had access to the console since June, some of the 43, 000 backers who pre-ordered the device have complained that they have yet to receive theirs.
As a result OUYA CEO Julie Uhrman took to an email to acknowledge the blunder and offer a store credit as a peace offering. Uhrman wrote that,  “It wasn’t OK that some of you“”our most loyal supporters“”didn’t get your OUYA until after it was on store shelves.”
The credit of $13.37 can be used to purchase games in OUYA’s Discovery Store.
Source: Mashable