I'm really excited about the Ouya console, which is coming out soon. In case you haven't heard of it, it is a $99 Android console based on Nvidia's Tegra 3 SoC, as seen in tablets but clocked higher. It comes with a bluetooth controller and connects to a HDTV/monitor via HDMI. The real star of the show is the openness of the platform, every Ouya console comes with all you need to start development of your own game, all you need to add is a computer and some talent
With the machine running Android and Sega already having Android titles like JSR and (puke) Sonic 4, surely it is only a matter of time before we see ports? It would cost them very little to add controller support and maybe some graphical enhancements... JSR on Android is really impressive IMO, would love to see more Dreamcast era games come out BUT - I cannot stand touch controls. Nothing beats sitting in front of the TV with controller in hand and having spotted this video of nullDC running Shenmue on a phone, imagine if Sega put even a drop of effort in!
Edit: Of course you can sideload any Android apk on Ouya, so JSR can be done anyway, I'd just like to see Sega do it officially with proper support.