There are a variety of cheap HDMI PCs-on-a-stick on the market today. Most are loaded with Google's popular Android operating system, allowing users to easily run apps and stream media on big screen TVs in the living room.
When it comes to small form factor media computers, one can typically expect a thin laptop hard drive for storage.
There are currently several Android devices on the market powered by Samsung's quad-core Exynos 4412 processor.
One of the common complaints that go along with Android-powered mini PCs is the less-than-stellar integrated Wi-Fi capabilities.
It almost seems like the Android-powered mini-PC market grows by at least a few devices per day.
If you've been thinking about picking up an Android-powered mini PC on the cheap, you might want to check out the MTB025.
There are a huge variety of affordable Android-powered mini-PCs on the computer market today.
There are a number of Android-powered PCs-on-stick available today, including the MK802, Kimdecent, UG007, Z2C, Favi, Droid Stick T10 and the Minix Neo G4.
The MK806 PC-on-a-stick boasts a full size HDMI port, runs Android Jelly Bean and carries a $67 price tag.
Looking for a new PC-on-a-stick that runs Google's Android OS and can stream your favorite video content?
The $59 RK3066 HDMI PC-on-a-stick is powered by a Rockchip RK3066 dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 processor.
Pre-rooted Finless ROM 1.4 OS coded for the UG802 Android mini-PC.
The tech market is currently awash with a wide variety of uber-mini and inexpensive Android-powered PCs like the MK802, Cotton Candy, Raspberry Pi, Gooseberry and VIA’s APC.
A number of Android-powered mini-PCs the size of a flash drive have hit the bargain hungry market over the past year.
China-based Giada is showcasing a new mini PC with sweet specs that is uber power efficient.
There are plenty of small form factor computers on the market today, but if you can't mount the typical SFF computer on the back of your monitor, you still need space on your desk or in your entertainment center to place it.