Android Powered TV USB Stick Powered by the Quad-core Allwinner A31 Chip

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  • 08 Mar 2013
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  • There are no limits to how far the manufacturers would go to implement new ways of browsing the internet, playing games and other interaction we usually expect from our bulky PC’s at home. That is until it was discovered that one OS can be implemented in about any form and style.


    Bring toughener a light-weight and feature packed OS with great support and add the mobile hardware to make sure it does not lack speed and consistency and you have a sure winner. Thus is the case with the Android Powered USB Sticks these days, that plugged into a TV or display can turn it into a complete experience PC with the Android eco-system at its back.

    This USB Stick in particular, can no be pre-ordered for $101. For the above average price you get a device that is powered by the Quad-core Allwinner A31 chip,  that implements the ARM Cortex-A7 CPU architecture and PowerVR SGX544 MP2 GPU. It also supports 4K video playback so you can be sure Full HD will pose no problem for it, though the current software limitation only allows for the 720p resolution. If you are intrested in such things, it scored 10,915 points in AnTuTu benchmark.

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