Rikomagic introduced its next TV box a few months ago, and now the Rikomagic MK902 II is just about ready to ship.

The little box features a Rockchip RK3288 processor, Android 4.4 KitKat software, and up to 16GB of built-in storage. It has a wholesale price of about $100 per unit and according to Cngadget, the MK902 II should begin shipping in mid-August.

Update: The official Rikomagic store is selling the MK902 II for $132.

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UK-based retailer Cloudsto has been taking pre-orders since the device was first announced. But you can also pre-order from a number of resellers at AliExpress. Note that you’ll probably have to pay $130 or more for the set top box.

The device is one of the first Android boxes to feature Rockchip’s new ARM Cortex-A17 quad-core processor with ARM Mali-T764 graphics.

It has 2GB of RAM, a built-in 5MP camera, and Ethernet jack, 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, a microSD card reader and comes with 8GB or 16GB of built-in storage.

With Google’s Android TV software set to launch this fall, it’ll be interesting to see whether there continues to be a market for devices like the MK902 II which ship with a slightly modified phone/tablet-version of Android.

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8 replies on “Rikomagic MK902 II Android box with RK3288 ships in August”

  1. i bet they did not fix the hdmi 2.0 bug and they are not telling people that it is not working ????

    1. Video conferencing. Though it seems like it would make placement restrictive.

      1. I agree. One thing Android sorely needs is native support for generic USB webcams, at least as a replacement/stand-in for the standard camera device. This is probably why we see cameras implemented so awkwardly as built-in hardware.

        1. I actually remember reading that they were supported. There was dven a video of a guy showing a usb webcam working on some nexuz tablet.

          1. Check the “somecooltech” channel on Youtube. He reviews most of the boxes and doesn’t seem to have any problems with attaching webcams.

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