The Rikomagic MK902 is a device you can plug into a TV to let you run Android apps on a big screen. It’s hardly unique on that front — there are dozens of Android TV boxes on the market.

But the MK902 is a relatively powerful device with a fast processor, Android Jelly Bean software, a nice array of ports, and decent WiFi performance.

The folks at Rikomagic sent me a demo unit a while back, and after having put it through the paces, I’m done testing the MK902. So it’s time for a Liliputing giveaway!


The MK902 features a Rockchip RK3188 quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor with Mali-400 graphics. It has 2GB of RAM and 8GB of storage, plus a microSD card slot, HDMI, Ethernet, SPDIF, and AV jacks and 4 USB ports.

It supports 802.11b/g/n WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 and has an external antenna.

The MK902 sells for about $100 at Amazon, Geekbuying, AliExpress, and other marketplaces. But we’re giving one away for free.

Here’s how to enter for a chance to win:

Leave a comment on this article by 6:00AM Eastern on Tuesday, May 27th, 2014

That’s the important bit. Here’s the not-so-fine print:

  • A winner will be randomly selected from all winners.
  • This contest is open to anyone around the globe — but of your country taxes prize winnings, you’re responsible for paying appropriate fees or taxes.
  • Liliputing writers and close friends and family members are not eligible to win.
  • Make sure use a valid email address, Twitter, Facebook, or Google+ account to leave your message so we have a way of contacting you.
  • Once a winner is notified, that person will have 48 hours to respond. If we don’t hear back by then, we’ll pick a new winner.

Thanks again to Rikomagic for providing us with an MK902 to test!

Update: Congratulations to Wayne, winner of our Rikomagic MK902 giveaway!

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409 replies on “Rikomagic MK902 Android TV box giveaway”

  1. I could find this really handy… Android on the big screen? Sure!
    Count me in please.

  2. Thanks again for another giveaway; good luck to everyone and keep up the good reviews.

  3. If it had an eSATA port, I might be more content to pay $100 for it. I acknowledge, though, that one mustn’t count the ports on a gift box.

  4. Hey! Thanks for these great giveaways! Maybe it’ll be me this time 🙂

  5. Would be super super happy to get a device! Looking at it for a long time!

  6. Will this work with my 32″ RCA console? Does it just replace the rabbit ears?

  7. I’m in. Would love to lay my hands on that. My good ole bc218 feels like it’s from B.C. 218

  8. Awesome peace of gear. Great way to make entertainment system at home. I’m jumping on a bandwagon.

  9. I was deciding between MK902 and Xtreamer multiconsole (decided for the later) but i would be interested if there is any real difference speed wise between these two. Despite decent specs I find the xtreamer’s interface unresponsive from time to time, and even with an alternative launcher i expected the overall fluidity of work to be much better. Anybody had a chance to compare? Any experiences installing linux on the xtreamer? THX

  10. I had my eyes set on Rikomagic MK902 since I saw an article about it. Please count me in.


  12. The Andro-bot on the back looks like machine-gunned. Is that why you’re going to give it away for free? 😉

  13. If you select this comment as the winner I’ll pray to multiple gods (your choice) for your good health!

  14. Nice device, I want it as a media center. It’s a nice thing that it also has a built-in camera.

  15. I would love to have one of this replacing my laptop in the lounge 😀

  16. I participate on every giveaway of Liliputing and I never win, could this time is my lucky number to win this contest this time?

  17. This is the comment that will win the MK902 ! (or look silly when it doesn’t ) !!

  18. Another chance to win a gadget from Liliputing. Wellcome back the giveaways!!!.


  19. I don’t comment much more than for these giveaways, but I do visit and read articles daily. Keep up the good work.

  20. Love this site, please count me in as well. Thanks! Good Luck To All!

  21. I would love to try this out in my classroom. I imagine it would function the same while connected to a projector?

  22. Need one to replace my mk808b which is not getting much developer attention!

  23. nice. quadcore boxes are now getting cheaper. amazon firetv is probably the best value out there i think.

  24. I really want one of those. That sounds like a great make a perfect fit in our very electronic oriented household. Thank you for chance to win.

  25. In to win. I’ve been thinking of adding an Android box like this to my entertainment center.

  26. Wow,
    You bring us the best hardware news and
    with giveawayssssss.
    I want one of this Rockchip barebones.
    Thanks for this blog that i visit daily !!!

  27. I’m a daily liliputing reader, I also follow on Facebook. Thanks for teaching my inner gadgetnerd about all these crazy devices, that I never knew I needed before! Regards, [email protected]

  28. Had very bad experiences with Rikomagic’s earliest version of mk802iv, so would love to win this to restore my faith in the promise of these devices!

  29. I would like to use this one for my surveillance camera project. It should be awesome to do that with a mini pc with decent wifi

  30. A winner will be selected from all winners. So are we all winners? 🙂

  31. So I could use allcast and cast videos from my galaxy s4 to it? Awesome! Love liliputing, great coverage of pc’s. Your one of my favorite tech sites I follow.

  32. Been looking for one of these for a while now. Btw, Thanks for the excellent reviews.

  33. If I were to win, I’d like to give this to my folks so they can get with “the program” and connect with the world.

  34. awesome, this would make the perfect media center pc or mabye a linux pc.

  35. Looks like a nice device. I would love to see what its like (personally).

  36. Those Android devices are great to turn an non smart to a smart TV. There are so many options but it is good to have one with support and updates granted. It need to be considered when buying one.

  37. Nice device, coupled with an inexpensive 23″ IPS monitor it would made an interesting desktop pc.

  38. I found when researching Android ‘dongles’ a good while back, and bought a Rikomagic refrenced on this site. It worked well with an HDMI display.

  39. Hi Brad,, Great job on the site. I read it daily. Thanks for the giveaway!

  40. This would be a great tool for me to use in my classroom, and a great toy to play with at home during the summers, too.. 🙂 Thanks for the contest.

  41. i will be happy if he could become mine 😀
    Thanks for the contest.

  42. Sweet! Would love a little Android box. I would hug it, and squeeze it, and love it…

  43. Most certainly would appreciate one of these, time machines have a weight limit and I want something to blow Al Turing’s mind 🙂

  44. Oh balle balle…. that’s so nice an offer.. wud luv if I get this…

  45. Brad long time reader here, we’ve even talked time to spread to the love

  46. Daily reader & Enjoy the site very much. Keep up the good work covering all things minipc.

  47. I was about to buy a 809iii or 809iv today, but maybe now I will wait to see if I am lucky enough to actually win this. Thanks for opening this give away to everyone. Good luck all. Thanks Brad…

  48. Been looking to pick up one of these Rikomagic boxes, there seems to be an active rom community that has made them a very functional XBMC box.

    Really cool that the competition is open to globe!

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