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


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 […]