Dual Core Android PC that plugs into your TV - Klastor Android TV-PC Dual Core - Rockchip RK3066 - £29.99 @ Amazon / Electroniceze - HotUKDeals
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Looks like an interesting product - if you want an android tablet but prefer a big screen, this plugs into an HDMI port of your TV. Seems like a lot of power for the money even at the non-discouned price.

Klastor is proud to announce the fastest, most powerful Android TV-PC available. With 1GB System RAM, dual core ARM Cortex A9 1.2GHZ CPU and super fast quad core MALI graphics processor, get used to speed - REAL speed through the toughest games and apps downloaded from the google play store.

This device simply plugs into an HDMI port on your HD TV to output stunning pictures and sound. On a 50" plasma, Angry Birds will look great but the latest generation of first person shooter or racing games will blow you away !

Also available is a wireless keyboard to give you the feel of a standard PC but with the benefit of the TV in your living room to watch iPlayer, Netflix, Youtube, Facebook etc

CPU : Rockchip RK3066 Dual Core ARM Cortex A9 (1.2GHz x 2)
Operating System : Android 4.0 ICS - Ice Cream Sandwich
Memory : 1GB Ram / 4GB Storage (expandable by micro sd card - 32gb max)
WiFi : 802.11 b/g/n
GPU : Quad Core Mali 400
Ports : 1 x USB 2.0, 1 x Micro SD slot, 1 x Micro USB host
Dimensions : 10.1 x 3.8 x 1.3cm
Weight : 40g
Flash Player : Yes - Flash 1.1
Contents : Pocket TV-PC, HDMI Cable, UK Main Charger, USB Host Cable, Start-up guide
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#1
reviews are on about something else though like a mp3 player or something ?
#2
Amazon reviews don't seem to correspond to this product?
#3
Yeah does look interesting...the thing is how is it powered?
banned#4
These are poo.
#5
Only 1 for sale from a seller.
2 Likes #6
its got a very interesting spec, however if you could get rid of android, stick a linux distro of sbmc, then i think you would have an amazing xbmc stick. currently no media player plays 1080p mkv's well on a dual core with android.
#7
I think it must be this one...

http://www.alibaba.com/product-gs/634332394/2012_new_products_control_all_by.html?s=p

is it out yet...i am interested in this

..."Can control all the APP by the phone " ?!

Edited By: chapchap on Sep 28, 2012 15:49
#8
This is very good deal for £30 the model name is UG802
#9
Id be wary of the CGI image rather than actual product!
#10
chapchap
Yeah does look interesting...the thing is how is it powered?

via a micro usb port, same as a mobile phone
#12
Thats 1 marketplace seller not 1 product unless I'm missing something?

Predikuesi
Only 1 for sale from a seller.
#13

Yes this..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgRqcF5QK5c

but someone says it has wifi problems so the next model ug808 is worth waiting for..
#15
jonleeuk11
chapchap
Yeah does look interesting...the thing is how is it powered?

via a micro usb port, same as a mobile phone

Yes looks like it might come with a plug in power supply..these little things are interesting..
1 Like #16
I Own 2 of these*, they're running small servers which would normally cost £40 a month, with 1gb ram, using a vnc server with a modified version of Ubuntu running on it.

When i say 'these' i mean a product just like it, cost me $74 each

Edited By: ajordn1 on Sep 28, 2012 16:04
#17
What wireless mouse and keyboard would work with these?
suspended#18
SHOWMAN36
These are poo.

Explain!
1 Like #19
chapchap
What wireless mouse and keyboard would work with these?

Same seller sells these - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Klastor-Wireless-Keyboard-Mouse-2-4G/dp/B009IP2JQQ/ref=?ie=UTF8&m=A3OME56G2X6U97
#20
Some bad reviews on the wireless

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6amci2WCBog

Also mentioned here and possible workaround... sort of

http://www.squidoo.com/android-tv-computer

Edited By: Sin_of_nature on Sep 28, 2012 16:14
#21
Interesting!
#23
How to connect microphone for skype ?
#24
Has anyone ordered one? I'm tempted. Would this run iplayer, netflix, itv player etc? As its cheaper than an xbox live account?
1 Like #25
mikbak
SHOWMAN36
These are poo.


Explain!


Poo is the brown stuff that comes out of your arris.
#26
doopydug
chapchap
What wireless mouse and keyboard would work with these?


Same seller sells these - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Klastor-Wireless-Keyboard-Mouse-2-4G/dp/B009IP2JQQ/ref=?ie=UTF8&m=A3OME56G2X6U97

Remote is nearly as much as the device itself....
#27
JusticeUK
Has anyone ordered one? I'm tempted. Would this run iplayer, netflix, itv player etc? As its cheaper than an xbox live account?

I'd like to know too.
2 Likes #28
Sod it I've took the risk. I'll report back lol
#29
Seems interesting for iplayer TVcatchup etc. Might have a go at £30
1 Like #30
I almost ordered a similar device from an Amazon until I read the reviews. Ordered instead an MK808 which has an extra 4gb of RAM, runs at 1.6ghz and has fixed the WiFi problems.

No UK sellers that I could find so I ordered from Lightake.

£43 all in.
#31
If you can get this running on it, then it's a good price:

http://xbmc.org/theuni/2012/07/13/xbmc-for-android/

Shame it's not got an ethernet port on it for streaming high bitrate HD stuff. A Raspberry Pi may be better than this.
#32
ferritmaster
JusticeUK
Has anyone ordered one? I'm tempted. Would this run iplayer, netflix, itv player etc? As its cheaper than an xbox live account?
I'd like to know too.

Spec-wise it can on paper but ultimately it's a suck it and see situation. They're selling happily on eBay for over £30 so worst case getting the money back shouldn't be a massive problem.
#33
It would be neat if the USB on the back of my PC could power this :)
#34
[email protected]
It would be neat if the USB on the back of my PC could power this :)

It can.
#35
mikemee
I almost ordered a similar device from an Amazon until I read the reviews. Ordered instead an MK808 which has an extra 4gb of RAM, runs at 1.6ghz and has fixed the WiFi problems.

No UK sellers that I could find so I ordered from Lightake.

£43 all in.

MK808 runs at 1.2 too, I believe - same speed as this deal
#36
Essentially a mystery product. The prudent approach would be to let a few early adopters splash the cash, then find out what it does, does it work etc....
1 Like #37
I bought the MK802 II a few weeks ago and use it to run plex and xbmc from my non smart tv and it works great. If you have an android phone you can run the droidmote client from it and install the server on this device and use the phone to control it. Works great.
#38
Can I use USB HUB with this android dongle ?
#39
For the price these look revolutionary.....
#40
Krooner
[email protected]
It would be neat if the USB on the back of my PC could power this :)

It can.

So I could plug this into the usb on my tv to power it, then hdmi back into the tv to watch it? I want a cheap xbmc solution, although the the pii may be better due to wired lan.

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