Liliputing MK802 II (and T-shirt) giveaway

mk802 ii

The MK802 is an Android TV stick. Plug it into your TV and you can run Android apps on the big screen. It looks a bit like a chunky USB flash drive, but where you’d normally find a USB adapter, there’s an HDMI port. While the MK802 II isn’t the most powerful device on the […]

MK802 II Android 4.0 Mini PC recovery tools

MK802

One of the reasons the MK802 and other mini PCs with Allwinner A10 chips have proven popular is because they’re pretty hacker-friendly. These little computers tend to sell for between $50 and $100, come with Android software pre-loaded, and often include root access right out of the box. You can also load Ubuntu, Fedora, Puppy, […]

MK802 II Android 4.0 Mini PC now shipping

Rikomagic MK802 II

The MK802 is a tiny computer that you can plug into a keyboard, mouse, and TV to run Android, Ubuntu, or other operating systems. It’s proven popular with tinkerers due to its size, low power consumption, and low price — you can pick up an MK802 for around $70. Now there’s a new model making […]

Rikomagic MK802 II to sport 3 USB ports, full-sized HDMI

MK802 II

The Rikomagic MK802 is a PC-on-a-stick that generally sells for around $80 or less. You connect it to a TV, plug in a mouse and/or keyboard, and you’ve got yourself a little computer that runs Google Android and which can download apps and games from the Google Play Store. The MK802 can also run a […]