Meet RKM MK802V, the smallest android mini PC with Ethernet

[Update 08/10]
It’s confirmed! the new Rikomagic will be named Rikomagic V5.
Rikomagic V5 will be available around first week of November.

[Update 05/10]
The product might not be called MK802V after all, my sources are telling me. Rikomagic might use a different name pattern, maybe even “RKM V5”.

A few weeks ago I mentioned that Rikomagic is working on a new dongle-shaped RK3288-powered android mini PC .
Now it’s time to share some pictures and details .
We finally have an Ethernet port (and Gigabit, nevertheless).
To make things sweeter, HDMI port is HDMI 2.0 and the wi-fi is dual band (full specs below)


Rikomagic MK802V hardware specs:
CPU : Rockchip RK3288 – quad core, 28nm, ARM Cortex-A17, up to1.8GHz
GPU: Mali-T764
ROM : 8 or 16GB
Ethernet : Gigabit
Wi-fi : dual band 2.4GHz/5GHz (802.11 b/g/n and 802.11 a/c)
Bluetooth : 4.0
SD Card : up to 32GB

10 thoughts on “Meet RKM MK802V, the smallest android mini PC with Ethernet”

    1. USB host of course build in, but why need audio input?
      Ethernet/WiFi build in together provide more option.

      1. have you heard about skype, teamspeak, hangouts , viber , all system with voice recognition etc …
        i dont go to put a USB microphone on such computer with nearly no usb

      2. and most of these computers are alimented by the micro usb plug why to add a special entry for a power suply.
        is the consumption very high ?
        ethernet or audio input

  1. I got this. It’s very nice. I found out can install Ubuntu on it. I got a box like it with Ubuntu all ready in it a MK092II LE. It came with a PDF to show how to restore it if something goes wrong. The PDF has a photo of a RKM V5 So I flash the Ubuntu on it. Works super good. The PDF has the download link in it and it has all you need in the .zip to flash Ubuntu on it. Looks like even Android if you want to put that back on it.

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