Get your Android PC worth $74 which has the size of a pack of gum

May 22th 2012, 22:45 by Christian
Posted in: Android

Dubbed MK802, what you see below might very well represent the smallest PC ever made. Sure, it might look like nothing more than a USB stick, but we assure you that it’s a fully operating computer.  A while ago, we heard about the portable FXI dual-core USB stick, which enabled you to turn any HDMI display into an Android-running computer. Well, leave to the Chinese to come up with pretty much an identical version, but much more affordable.

An unknown manufacturer from China created this awesome device, which has a single core 1.5GHz processor, 512MB of RAM, Wi-Fi connectivity, and 4GB of internal storage. Obviously, you’ll need to attach it to a display, and than connect some kind of keyboard-mouse combo, after which you’re good to go.

You also get a ”3D Graphical processor” inside, whatever that means, as well as dozens of cables and adapters, meant to assure connectivity under all circumstances. This miniature PC comes with Android pre-installed, but you shouldn’t encounter difficulties if you want to load other platforms onto it.

So there you have it – if you feel like spending $74 on some anonymous Chinese device, here’s you chance. It doesn’t sound too attractive, but we’ve all done it at some point, so if you choose to make this step, please share your experience.



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