As the world gets populated with more and more Android units in the form of tablets and smartphones another genre is cooking and getting ready for the Androi Ecouniverse.
The minidevices are afoot!
As mentioned earlier here on Androidistica (and elswhere on the interwebs aswell) we've got some contenders on the market.
* FXI Cotton candy. ARM Cortex A9@1,2GHZ(Android powered)
Quad Core ARM Mali - 400 MP GPU
1 GB Ram.
(480p/720p/1080p decode of MPEG4-SP/H.263/H.264 AVC/MPEG-2/VC1)
USB2 with mass storage device capabilities, HDMI 1.3 Connector, Wifi 802 b/g/n
Bluetooth2.1 + EDR.
* CuBox,by Solid-Run. ARM v6/v7-compliant processor core(Linux or Android) (Marvell's Sheeva PJ4 architecture, superscalar, dual issue CPU processor) clocked at 800MHz
Vivante GC600 2D and 3D capable hardware accelerated graphic engine
1GB 32-bit DDR3 RAM running at 800MHz
HDMI 1.4a, DVI 1.0, 2 USB2 ports, Gigabit ethernet adapter, SPDIF optical audio, eSATA I/II, IrDA receiver, Micro SD and Micro USB ports aswell.
Check details on the specs here.
Last but not least the
*MK802 Android 4.0.,Allwinner A10/ 1GHz Cortex-A8 (Android powered)
GPU;:2D/ 3D/ OpenGL ES2.0(AMD Z430)/
512MB ram, Wireless 802.11b/g/n, MicroSD slot, micro USB 2.0 port, support for 2.4G Wireless keyboard and mouse.
So there you have a few of the devices, usage is up to the keeper as always.
Im trying to get a comparative review of the devices presented and maybe in a near future i will have the opportunity to do so .