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FreakTab Community Introduces Freakbox Android TV Box Powered by Rockchip RK3188

FreakTab is a community of developers and users focusing on Android tablets, smartphones and especially mini PCs. Users will get answer to their technical problems, and developers such as Finless or Neonode, will release improved custom “ROMs” for more popular devices. But instead of simply

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Hisense Sero 7+ is a budget Android tablet

Hisense is adding another low-cost Android tablet to the Hisense Sero family. The Hisense Sero 7+ showed up at the FCC and WiFi certification sites recently, and it looks like an update to last year’s Hisense Sero 7 LT. The Hisense Sero 7+ features entry-level specs, and

VIA Viega is a rugged Android tablet

Chip maker VIA has unveiled a new 10 inch Android tablet with a rugged case. The VIA Viega is IP65 certified for protection against dust and water which means you can use the tablet safely outdoors or other dirty environments — even in the rain.

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iStick A300 is a tiny PC with optional mSATA SSD support

Over the past few years a number of companies have released tiny sticks that you can plug into a TV to run Android or Linux on a big screen. Thanks to low-power ARM processors, these little sticks are often barely bigger than a USB flash

PiPO X5 new miracast adapter for Android and iOS

The company PiPO presents his new X5 miracast adapter with support for Android and iOS, a very small and only weighs Stick 20g to take us where we need to transmit the information on the screen of our mobile phone or tablet to a TV.

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Dell Wyse Cloud Connect launches for $129 (Pocket-sized thin client)

Dell’s Wyse Cloud Connect is a tiny device that lets you turn nearly any recent monitor or TV into a computer workstation… kind of. The Cloud Connect is an enterprise-friendly gadget that lets you run virtualization software, connect to cloud services, and generally access your