Minix first unveiled its Android-powered Neo X7 at the Hong Kong electronics fair back in April. However, a number of people were unhappy with the design, prompting the company to revamp the device with new casing.
The China-based MUCH has debuted a handheld Android game console dubbed "Magic Media i5."
The Aiol Novo 10 Eternal - which runs Android Jelly Bean (4.2) - boasts a 10-inch screen along with a 15-hour battery life (11,000mAh).
Mountain View is reportedly preparing to launch an Android-powered smartwatch along with a dedicated game console.
Designed from the ground up by Peloton in NYC, the Peloton bike merges a slick design with modern technology powered by Google's popular mobile Android operating system.
Sony has confirmed that its long-awaited SmartWatch 2 will be hitting the streets in September. The device is designed to pair with Android smartphones, allowing users to access their handsets without taking it out of their pockets or bags.
HP is currently testing an all-in-one desktop equipped with a 21.5 inch, 1080p IPS display (10-point multitouch) that boasts particularly wide viewing angles.
The Geak smartwatch - which runs Android Jelly Bean (Android 4.1) - is powered by an Ingenic JZ4774 MIPS processor clocked @ a cool 1 GHz.
Huawei has officially taken the wraps off its slick Ascend P6, detailing the relevant specs for the smartphone which is loaded with Android Jelly Bean.
The Colorfly CT132 - which boasts a laptop-sized screen - is powered by an Allwinner A31 quad-core (ARM Cortex-A7) processor paired with PowerVR SGX 544 graphics.
As we've previously discussed on TG Daily, Rockchip’s RK3188 quad-core processor is currently one of the fastest ARM Cortex-A9 chips available on the hyper-competitive market.
The Root 101 is an open source tablet loaded with a completely stock version of Android (Jelly Bean 4.2) with no bloatware apps and no ugly skinned version of Android. Root access is default, so you can install any app and even custom ROMs.
The Giayee TVB103 is powered by a Rockchip ARM Cortex-A9 processor. Additional key specs include up to 2GB of RAM, 8-32GB of storage and a microSD card slot.
It's abundantly clear by now that Android tablets are a dime a dozen. Meaning, it's getting pretty difficult to differentiate one tablet from another, unless, of course, you are someone who really cares about chips and raw horsepower.
Mad Catz Interactive has debuted an Android micro console dubbed M.O.J.O. According to Mad Catz CEO Darren Richardson, the device is essentially a supercharged smart phone with no screen that plugs into your flat screen TV to bring the living room experience to mobile gaming.
The QC802, a quad-core mini PC with 2GB RAM and 8GB Flash, can be snapped up for a cool $62, or $70 with shipping. The device is powered by a Rockchip RK3188 Cortex A9 SoC (1.6 Ghz) paired with an ARM Mali-400MP4 GPU.
The $71 DMN918 Android PC-on-a-stick is equipped with two WiFi antennas and a Rockchip RK3188 ARM Cortex-A9 quad-core processor.
Android tablets are finally hitting even lower price points than originally anticipated, with a dual-core Jelly Bean device weighing in at approximately $60.
The Pandora Box is a device designed to transform your TV into an Android-powered PC. With it, you can stream Internet video, surf the web and read emails.
Scanadu Scout had developed a medical tricorder designed to work alongside an iPhone or Android handset.