News surfaced about a new Rikomagic HDMI dongle.
This time they will be using the Rockchip RK3288 chipset, which will make it a real beast.
What’s interesting is that it will have a new design, featuring a gigabit ethernet port and built-in wi-fi and bluetooth.
First samples will be available at the end of October.
If you visit this blog regularly you might have read about the new Realtek RTD1195 chipset – I was one of the first to mention this back in May.
And it looks like I will be one of the first to actually test one – and it’s not from one of the manufacturers confirmed their RTD1195 products : Mele or Mede8er.
It’s actually from a newcomer called Eweat.
I will be receiving their Eweat EW902 item in a few days and I will be posting the test results here on the blog.
If you want me to test something specific, please leave a reply to this post.
News surfaced today about the next Minix product – and it is NOT RK3288 based!
If you watch Chinese sites you might have noticed that some have “for sale” a RK3288 product called “Minix Neo X9” – that’s just a scam, do not buy it.
But be ready for Minix Neo Z64, the newest Minix mini PC (details below).
Minix Neo Z64 details
– comes with Android 4.4, can use Windows 8.1
– CPU: 64-bit Intel Atom Z3735F CPU, clocked at 1.33Ghz
– GPU: Intel HD Graphics (646 Mhz), perfectly capable of rendering 1080P movies
– RAM: 2GB DDRL
– 32 GB internal storage (eMMC!)
– HDMI 1.4 (sadly)
– LAN: 10/100 (not Gigabit, sadly)
– SD Card
– 2 USB 2.0 ports
– WiFi: 802.11n
– price : around $130
This is a good news, eagerly waiting to test one .