The catch is that you will have to sign a contract for 12-months of service at a price of $6.99 a month. Under the contract, if you stick through all twelve months you can then cancel at any time and still keep the GamePop Mini hardware.
For those that find that the GamePop Mini isn’t all it was cracked up to be, they can cancel at any time during the 12-month period and all they will be required to do is send back the console and pay a $25 restocking fee.
Then there’s the an Android game console with a twist: you get as many apps as you can handle just by paying a monthly fee. It seems that BlueStacks isn’t content with just one model however, as the company has that there will also be an even cheaper system, the so-called GamePop Mini.
The key difference between the two models is that the GamePop Mini is more compact in design and won’t have as beefy of hardware. There also may end up being more peripherals for GamePop that won’t necessarily work with the Mini.