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Fire TV Stick launches in Europe on April 15th for £35/€35

Amazon’s Fire TV Stick, the company’s own take on the popular Chromecast formula, will be landing in the UK and Germany on April 15th with a very reasonable £35/€35 price tag. The little dongle is already available to pre-order if you’re an Amazon Prime member.

MK809 4K TV Stick powered by SoC RK3288

Today we want to introduce another TV Stick powered by SoC Rockchip RK3288 called MK809 4K. How can you know the TV Stick with a TV (with HDMI) make a really Smart TV. Browsing web pages, run applications, streaming media and support 4K enough to

X1 TV Stick with external wifi antenna powered by RK3288

Today we present the HDMI Stick called X1 TV Stick equipment already can buy among others on Aliexpress.com and includes an external wifi antenna. X1 TV Stick has powerful SoC mounted Rokchip RK3288 quad core processor including ARM Cortex-A17 and Mali-T760 GPU with 2GB of

Aoluguya M1 TV Stick Dual Boot

Remember MeegoPad T01 TV Stick with both Windows 8.1 and Android 4.4 pre-loaded it’s safe to say that its competitor appeared. HDMI Stick dual boot Windows 8.1 and Android 4.4 called Aoluguya M1. Aoluguya M1 TV Sticks claims to change that, as it ships with both

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iConsole Micro Intel Atom TV Stick To Run Android 5.0

Console OS is a custom version of Android optimized to run on computers with Intel processors. Don’t have a PC that supports the system requirements? No problem — the developers of the operating system plan to launch a tiny, low-power device that comes with Console OS pre-loaded.

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GULEEK MK807IIIS a small Android TV Stick with SoC RK3288

It seems that the landscape of TV Sticks are encouraged a little with some of the latest generation SoC. The Guleek MK807IIIS is a small Android TV Stick features powerful SoC Rockchip RK3288. The Guleek MK807IIIS is an ultra-compact high specification 4K Mini PC/TV box

iConsole Micro Intel Atom TV Stick To Run Android 5.0

Console OS is a custom version of Android optimized to run on computers with Intel processors. Don’t have a PC that supports the system requirements? No problem — the developers of the operating system plan to launch a tiny, low-power device that comes with Console OS pre-loaded.