MK802 Android PC On A Stick Beats Competitors To The Punch And Costs Less
Ever since the FXI Cotton Candy Android PC on a stick was announced, we’ve been intrigued and patiently waiting for its release. Well, looks like someone got tired of waiting and decided to release their own mini-Android PC — for $126 cheaper nonetheless.
An unnamed Chinese manufacturer has made the MK802, a 3.5 inches x 1.4 inches x 0.5 inches Android 4.0 PC on a stick. Powered by an Allwinner A10/ 1.5GHz Cortex-A8 processor, the MK802 features:
- Memory: 512MB
- Storage: 4GB
- Graphical processor: 2D/ 3D/ OpenGL ES2.0(AMD Z430)/OpenVG1.1(AMD Z160) 27M Tri/sec
- Network: Wireless 802.11b/g, WAPI(Ralink8188)
- Expand Memory: Micro TF 2-32GB
- IO/Ports: Micro 5pin USB/ USB2.0 data transfer/ OTG and host expand
- Keyboard: Support virtual keyboard, support 2.4G wireless keyboard, fly mouse
The lack of connectors and remote contribute to it being sold for less than the Cotton Candy, but for $74, I can deal without the connectors.
If you’d like to grab this little contraption, you can pick it up at the link below, and be sure to let us know if you do.