There is a new device in that line, it's the MK808, based on dual-core Cortex A9 and Ricomagic RK3066 with 1GB DDR3 and 8GB storage, WIFI /b/g/n, it render 1080p video, it comes with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and supports Google Store. at around $55 it's a heavy contender to the RPI and it probably beats it to the dust. This device only needs a KB, Mouse and a HDTV as it comes with the cables and AC adapter. I saw it around Oct - Nov Last year and it has come down in price since then as it was at that time for around $65. I'll wait a couple of more months when price should be around $40. I bought 2 RPI back in Sept last year and now none of them wants to connect to Internet as after boot they loose the IP address for not given reason, and 2 USB KB (generic made in China) don't get recognized so it's a pain to work with them right now.moviemakernow wrote: The new Rikomagic MK802 II is the latest generation of Android 4.0 Mini PC. It is based on the incredibly popular Rikomagic MK802 which has already set the standard of Android Mini PC’s.
The new MK802 II has a revised form factor which not only feels more compact it also allows easier connection to TV/Displays by using a full size HDMI connector which is located conveniently at the end of the device. The all new ESD circuitry provides trouble free operation on all makes and models of TV/Display. Connectivity has been improved further by the use of micro USB ports and the device now has a total of 3 USB ports despite its incredibly compact form factor.