This time we have brought another charming Android mini-PC powered by an ARM A8 chipset. This device seems more like a compact wireless router to me.
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We have already pitched you with some amazing Android mini-PCs. This time we have brought another charming Android mini-PC powered by an ARM A8 chipset. This device seems more like a compact wireless router to me. And, it’s pretty cool.


Android Mini-PC

Specifications

Operating SystemAndroid Version 4.0
DisplayN/A
GraphicsBuilt-in Graphics, 1080P Full HD playback, Support 3D movie playback
ProcessorAllwinner A10
Memory1GB DDR3 RAM
Storage8GB built-in flash memory, SD card Support- 32 GB, External HD Drive Support- up to 2 TB
NetworkingBuilt-in Wifi – no dongle or software needed
WebcamN/A
Video PortRCA and HDMI, AV
Data PortsUSB (Host), USB (OTG)
Audio PortYes
Memory Card ReaderSD/MMC card reader
Optical DriveN/A
BatteryN/A
ColorWhite
Dimension120(L) x 90(W) x 30(H) mm
Supported FilesVideo: RM, RMVB, MPEG1/2/4, MPEG2 Transport Stream, VOB, AVI, ASF, WMV, MKV, MOV, MP4, RMP4, IFO, ISO
Video Output: 1920x1080P, 720P, 576P, 480P
Audio: AAC, MP3, OGG, WMA, WAV, M4A
Picture: JPEG, BMP, PNG, TIF
Remote ControllerYes


This is one of the first ARM-powered mini-PCs in market. This wonderful mini device is based on Allwinner A10 processor. It’s 1GB of RAM is a downer; we are expecting to see a higher memory capacity in future. The running Android version is 4.0, aka Ice Cream Sandwich.

This Android mini-PC is packed for entertainment. It supports both 1080p and 3D movie playback, and has a HDMI output. It also has a wireless remote control for easy usability.

This media box is available for purchase with a fair price of £84.99($110). Hit the buy link to go directly to retailer.

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  1. Sarah Bull Says:

    charming Android mini-PC powered by an ARM A8 chipset. This device seems
    more like a compact wireless router to me. And, it’s pretty cool.

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    Posted on September 3rd, 2012 at 2:00 PM

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