A pioneering Chinese company has started selling a miniature Android powered PC for a mere $74 called the AllWinner. The thumb-sized device is similar to the Raspberry Pi project but just looks a little more polished.
Specs aren’t half bad with an A10 ARM based 1.5ghz CPU with a single Mali-400 core for GPU jobs and 512MB of RAM. It can boot off a microSD card up to 32GB, and sports both USB and HDMI ports. Combine that with Wireless 802.11b/g radios and you have a decent little project computer to have fun with.
What else is it good for? Winning, DUH!
Sources Info: ArsTechnica
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