Out of curiosity, and being the number fetishists that we are, we ran a few quick benchmarks on the wee chap. But what is it like in real life? Another option could be to explore some VNC or remote control applications, but this seemed more complicated than it was worth. Unsurprisingly, it is light and plasticky feeling. We’re quite taken with it as it is, and are curious to see how the Cotton Candy stacks up against it.
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It takes a few moments to boot up, but once it does, you’re into good old Android 4.
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The general population might not have sufficient use for it just yet, but with a few tweaks like a small battery so it doesn’t switch off with the TV, Bluetooth, or an audio out, this could really gain a lot of fans. Sub the main it’s no problem, and you soon get used to it, but apps where touch — especially of the “multi” variety — might not translate so well.
Plenty is the answer. Set mk02 was easy enough, just plug this little fella into an HDMI port cable provided and a USB slot for juice we used one on the TV, there’s the option for a power pack too, and you’re away. Sometimes there is a bit of a lag on the UI — especially with things like Google Maps, or busy webpages — but in general it keeps up nicely. Classic puzzler ‘Lemmings’ returns as a free-to-play mobile game. Google adds challenges to Fit just in time for New Year’s resolutions.
But hey, who wants mk820 be part of the gen pop anyway? In use, the only difference to a tablet flavor of Android is the mouse part.
Another option could be to explore some VNC or remote control applications, but this seemed more complicated than it was worth. We used a wired mouse in the second USB port which worked straight away with mk82 problems. In the best possible way of course.
Jsb is en vogue, it seems, and to say we’ve been intrigued about this latest twist on diminutive form factors would be an understatement. As mentioned above, media playing works a charm, which is makes it a good light solution for dumb TVs, or those with poor app options.
But, increasingly it is popping up in places we never even thought about. Hardware-wise, there isn’t all that much to talk about mm802 we haven’t already covered. So far, Android has largely though not exclusively kept itself firmly in the palms of our hands. Alphabet is re-working its Wing delivery drones to be less noisy.
If that 4GB of memory isn’t enough, you can expand it via a microSD slot.
We’re quite taken with it as it is, and are curious to see how the Cotton Candy stacks isb against it. We did have a few frustrating moments when taking power from some USB ports which caused the MK to keep restarting, but plug it in to one meant for power, and performance is solid.
MK802 Android 4.0 Mini PC hands-on impressions
Now, we didn’t go quite as in-depth as we would, say, for a phone, but over all it gave modest, to lower-end results. In the meantime, you can check the video below to see how it handles various tasks. It has a 1. Right here and now, though, this is neat little solution that will really appeal tinkerers and Android fans.
Bring your Netflix over to a friend’s house without needing your phone, or never worry about using public PCs again. There must be something in the water in hardware-designer land. Of course, anything with a processor and some memory instantly has the Linux wolves circling, and this too would be ideal for your favorite install.
MK Android Mini PC hands-on impressions
A dongle-based wireless mouse might be better. But what is it like km802 real life? From around the web. What could also be nice, for later versions, would be Bluetooth support for additional HID options. All of these niche uses give the MK, and its kindlots of potential. However, you can imagine that this would be quite safe, being thrown around in the bottom of a bag, or in a key- and coin-filled pocket.
Shimmy past the break to find out.