marți, 15 ianuarie 2013

Rikomagic MK802IIIS Android 4.1 Mini PC

I had just received yesterday the Rikomagic MK802IIIS HDMI Stick, toghether with the MK702 Air Remote and I'm very pleased by the design and quality of the new and improved version of Rikomagic MK802 series device. I already own a Rikomagic MK802II stick and I like them both because a HDMI Android stick like this is a great Media Player and turns instantly a dump LCD/LED/Plasma TV into a fancy Smart TV. Running Android 4.1, the MK802IIIS Mini PC is designed for versatility and convenience, and when it is plugged directly into any HDMI input display it become a complete Media Center with internet browsing and an excelent game console.

The MK802IIIS is a little bit larger than a flash pen drive and the package includes HDMI cable, USB power cable, USB OTG adapter and User Manual in english. I got the version with 8 GB space of internal memory and Bluetooth chip.


Small and Powerful 
The new Rikomagic Dual Core MK802IIIS measures just 90mm long, but despite its small size it managed to fit the blazingly fast RK3066 SOC inside for super snappy performance, it is at least twice as fast as the previous generation MK802 mini PC, so there's no lag here! The MK802III takes its power from a spare USB port on your TV/Display, which means there's no unsightly wires and on most modern TV's it can be completely hidden. 

Quad Core Graphics 
Fancy gaming? The MK802IIIS features a Quad Core Mali Graphics Proccessor which means its finally possible to bring your favourite Android 3D shooter to the big screen! It's no lie the MK802IIIS is one of the fastest Android devices around, the combined power of the RK3066 SoC and Mali Graphics allow stunning performance in full HD resolutions. The onboard hardware video decoder and DLNA support allows realtime streaming of HD video from a USB drive or NAS device. 

Get connected. Stay connected.
The MK802IIIS features 1 x Full Size USB Host, 1 x Micro USB (for power) and 1 x Micro USB Host (OTG). There's also a Micro SD card slot for expanding the storage on the device, up to 32 GB. You can also plug in any removable media. The MK802III comes with built in WIFI and the 8GB version is available with internal Bluetooth. 

All the best Apps 
The MK802IIIS comes with JellyBean 4.1, the latest Android OS which includes the Google Play Store so you can have access to hundreds of thousands of apps right on your TV.

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Model#: MK802 IIIS
CPU: RK3066 Dual Core
GPU: Quad- Core 2D/ 3D/ OpenGL ES2.0(AMD Z430)/ OpenVG1.1
OS: Android 4.1
Main Frequency: Cortex-A9,Up to 1.6GHZ
Memory: 4GB/8GB
Expand Micro SD: T-Flash (Maximum support 32GB)
Video Format: WMV / ASF / MP4 / 3GP / 3G2M4V / AVI / MJPEG / RV10 / DivX / VC-1 / MPEG-2 / MPEG-4 / H.263 / H.264 / 1280*720P HD 30 fps, 1080P/720*480 D1 30fps
Audio Format: MP3 / WMA / APE / FLAC / AAC /OGG / AC3 / WAV
Music: Can be connected to the Internet, listen to music online
Picture format: Max.8000x8000 JPEG BMP GIF PNG
WiFi: 802.11 b/g/n
Flash: Supports Flash Player v. 11.1
Ports: HDMI (male), Micro SD slot, USB host, USB power port; LED(Blue)
Accessories: HDMI cable, USB power cable, manual, USB power adapter (optional)
Unit Size (mm): 90mm*40mm*13mm

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1 comentarii:

I'm planning on making a NetBook/Laptop with something like a Raspberry Pi or a Beaglebone Black. I thought not to choose them because they don't have enough GPIO pins to incorporate a keyboard. I have looked at the UDOO but I'm not sure because it looks a bit thick. I need something like 77 - 78 pins, the UDOO has 76.

Could I just use a Normal Android mini PC and hook up something like an Arduino micro for the keyboard through USB? What would be better than the Arduino micro with more GPIO pins?
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