The upcoming Utilite mini-PC not only can run either Android or Linux, but supports up to a 512GB mSATA drive and up to 4GB RAM. Read on to learn more!
MiiPC is an Android based PC aimed at tackling internet “addictiveness” in kids. Offering full parental controls and usage tracking for under $100, is this the device parents need to rein in their internet savvy kids?
A few weeks ago we showed you the Mini MK802 Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich computer – basically a dongle that can be hooked up to a display and transformed into an Android computer.
Some of us are content to simply use the version of Android supplied on our devices, along with any carrier-supplied updates. Some of us go a little further and run custom ROMs on our devices. But what if you want to go further? Thanks to the Android-x86 Project, you can now install Android on your PC.
VIA Technologies plans to bridge the digital divide through a very cheap personal computer powered by Android. The aPC — or “Android PC” — costs just $49, but it provides a “complete PC experience at the fraction of the cost.”
The Motorola CloudBB (model number HMC3260) is an Android-powered “home entertainment terminal” featuring an 18.5-inch touchscreen display, wireless keyboard and likewise wireless mouse. The device will be distributed and marketed by China Digital TV Media Group, mostly for home-entertainment purposes.
The $74 Android PC now has a newer version, called CX-01, that goes only for $53, and it’s actually still about as fast as the original, thanks to the switch to the more modern and more efficient Cortex A5 processor. The old one was using a Cortex A8, which was a larger chip, more expensive, and less efficient. Cortex A8 was made a long time ago for high-end devices (at the time), while Cortex A5 is meant for low-end devices, but since it’s a newer design, it still gets to keep the same performance. The full specs of the device…