Having recently bought an Ouya, and generally being interested in ARM-powered hardware, I realised that the Ouya could double up as an excellent little ARM Linux Desktop.
All I would need to do is connect an HD monitor, keyboard, and mouse – and well, somehow install a full Linux desktop environment such as Ubuntu GNOME. Any ideas on how to do this?
Edit: This is part of a larger problem of ARM desktop support, and my findings on this topic have deviated from the question I originally posed here. I have asked a more general question about ARM desktop hardware that works with Ubuntu: What is the best way of making an ARM Ubuntu desktop?
It's actually my original question, but I jumped straight to the Ouya thinking it was a good place to start.