Tiny sticks that you can plug into a TV to run Android apps on a big screen are a dime a dozen these days (or more accurately, as cheap as $30 or so). What’s a bit tougher to find is a model with 2GB of RAM.
Enter the CX-803 II. It’s an Android TV stick with a Rockchip RK3066 dual-core processor, Android 4.1 software, and 2GB of RAM. It’s available from Geekbuying for $70.
Like other Android mini PCs, the CX-803 II has USB ports and an HDMI connector. Plug it into your TV and you’ve suddenly got yourself a smart TV that you can use to stream internet video from YouTube or Netflix, surf the web, or play games.
You’ll also want to plug in a keyboard, mouse, game controller, or remote control though.
Since this model has an RK3066 processor, it should also be able to run PicUntu, a version of Ubuntu Linux optimized to run on Android systems with that chip. The extra RAM should come in handy if you’re trying to run Linux on this device.
The CX-803 II features ARM Mali 400 quad-core graphics, 8GB of built-in storage, and a microSD card slot for extra storage space. It has 802.11n WiFi and an external antenna which should help with wireless reception — something many other Android mini computers struggle with.
via Geekbuying blog