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.
There is certainly no shortage of Android-powered TV sticks on the market today. Most of them boast very similar hardware, while the only real difference between them is the OS variants (Jelly Bean, Ice Cream Sandwich) and cost.
It's certainly no secret that the traditional computer market is slumping. PC sales are on the decline, as shipments of tablets and smartphones continue to increase.
New software update makes it easier to control the MK802 II or III PC-on-a-stick.