If you are looking for a mini stick PC with a little bit of extra
power you might be interested in the new Hiapad Hi-802 which has been
announced this week by Chinese manufacturer Hiapad.
Hi-802 is one of the first Android TV mini stick PCs to be equipped with
a powerful quad-core processor, being powered by a Freescale i.MX6
quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 chip supported by 1GB of RAM.
features of the new Hiapad Hi-802 mini PC include Bluetooth and 802.11n
WiFi connectivity, together with a microSD card slot for storage
As expected there is a HDMI port
at one end, allowing you to insert it directly into your HDTV’s HDMI
port, together with a USB 2.0 port at the other, enabling you to add a
keyboard or mouse. The new Hiapad Hi-802 is expected to start shipping
next month for around $89.