First we had the Rasberry PI, now there’s the Smurf-sized, ultra-teeny Android PC and by our reckoning, it’s no bigger than a USB drive.
We’re fairly chuffed at the specs of this 3.5-inch PC. It has an AllWinner A10 single-core 1.5GHz ARM CPU, half a gig of RAM, a (pretty weak) Mali 400 GPU and an HDMI port for sound and picture.
There’s also a USB 2.0 and a micro-USB port, as well as Wi-Fi. It seems pretty simple to run an OS on the device, as the microSD card slot supports Linux, and the overwhelmingly tasty Ice Cream Sandwich.
You know what excites us the most? This Android mini PC can supposedly run full-HD content. That’s 1080p folks, on a US$74 device. This makes it one of the cheapest 1080p media players currently available. Our HD copies of Game of Thrones quiver with anticipation.
Interested in a purchase? Grab the Android mini PC from this site.
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