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First Look: $69 G-Box Dyno Android 4.0 mini PC with ARM Cortex-A9

The G-Box Dyno is tiny desktop computer that sits in the palm of your hand. It’s got the guts of an Android smartphone or tablet, but it doesn’t have a display or touchscreen. Instead you plug in a keyboard, mouse, remote control, and TV or monitor to run Android apps on a big screen. At […]

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This is what those new RK3066 Android 4.0 Mini PCs look like

A couple of companies have started promoting new Android mini PCs featuring dual core Rockchip RK3066 ARM Cortex-A9 processors over the past week. Now South African distributor Reno Botes has received his first shipment from the manufacturer, and he plans to start filling orders tomorrow. But he’s also taken the time to share a few photos […]

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MK802 Mini PC firmware update will add USB camera, LAN support

The MK802 Android 4.0 Mini PC is a tiny computer that sells for around $80 or less. It runs Google Android 4.0 and features a USB port and HDMI port so you can plug in peripherals including a monitor, mouse, or keyboard. But it doesn’t currently support all USB peripherals. For instance, if you’re running the […]

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How to enable 1080p output for the MK802 Mini PC (Ubuntu)

The MK802 Mini PC is an inexpensive computer that’s about the size of a large USB flash drive. It ships with Google Android 4.0 software, but as we’ve already seen it can also run Ubuntu, Puppy, and other Linux-based operating systems. While the hardware can handle 1080p screen resolutions, out of the box the MK802 […]

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$70 MK802 Android 4.0 PC dissected – video

A number of Chinese hardware makers are manufacturing tiny computers running Google Android 4.0. The PC-on-a-stick looks like a USB flash drive, but has a 1.5 GHz Allwinner A10 processor, and HDMI port for connecting a display and a USB port for connecting a mouse, keyboard, or other accessory. We’ve seen the little computer sold […]