That's exactly the question i'll be looking to answer as I try out the device... but in the meantime, in the spirit of #askmodaco, I'll try and answer any questions YOU may have!
The specs of the device are as follows...
- Model: MK802 II
- OS: Android 4.0 / Can also run desktop versions of Linux from a bootable SD Card.
- Main Chip: Allwinner A10/ 1GHz Cortex-A8
- Memory: 1GB
- Storage: 4GB
- Graphics: MALI 400 Processor
- Network: Wireless 802.11b/g/n, WAPI(Ralink8188)
- Expansion: Micro SD 2-32GB Memory
- IO/Ports: Micro USBX2; USB2.0X1; HDMIX1; MicroSDX1
- Keyboard: Supports virtual keyboard, supports 2.4G wireless keyboard, fly mouse
- Audio: AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, AMR-NB, AMR-WB, QCP, MP3, WMA, WAV, MIDI, M4A
- Video: WMV/ASF/MP4/3GP/3G2M4V/AVI/MJPEG/RV10/ DivX/VC-1/MPEG-2/
- MPEG-4/H.263/H.264/1280*720P HD 30 fps, 1080P/720*480 D1 30fps
- Apps: Google Play Store
- HDMI: Output 720P, 576P, 480P, 1080P&2160P
- Power Input: Powered by USB port.
- HDMI: female to male cable,Power adapter(optional).
- Unit Size: 9.7*2.8*1.2cm
- Total weight: 0.2kg
Not bad specs i'm sure you'll agree, the key question for me being where the CPU is up to scratch for playing video and whether the array of USB ports work as intended for OTG, USB keyboards etc.
The MK802II is priced at £49.99 with regular AirMail delivery (the device ships from the far east) or £59.99 with express delivery, both from Cloudsto Electronics.
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