Fever “USB keys” where we have at our disposal a small minicomputer market seems to have taken over, and probably the trigger for this phenomenon has not been another project Raspberry Pi , that little computer for just $ 35 gives access to a computing platform very basic but no less interesting.
The list of competitors Raspberry Pi is growing every day, integrated circuits and components more capable-and higher prices, are added minicomputers such as USB keys, which are connected to a TV and HDMI port typically offer Android 4.0 operating system preinstalled , which allows you to convert the idiot box into a “smart TV”.
offers two stand out: Pocket TV, which is priced at $ 99 (135 dollars with the remote control with integrated keypad) from speaking at ZDNet (including video), and MK802 of the news that had appeared recently and has a great pint for just $ 74 . In Engadget have done extensive analysis of the latter and the truth is that it offers more interesting options than the Raspberry for $ 74, and includes housing and all
many of these models in the future, so probably the confusion about what to buy and what will not grow well. I would say there will be a big difference between them , and is likely to come with Android 4.0 but can be installed Linux distributions for ARM-processors used in these devices-so the versatility of these products seems guaranteed.
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