Called the SRT-M10, it features a front-facing webcam of unknown origin or specs plus a built-in microphone androidpc.es believes could be good for videoconferencing.
The mini PC is powered by the rare NuFront NS115 dual-core SoC CPU, accompanied by 1GB of DDR3 RAM and 4GB of on-board flash.
On the back, you get two USB2.0 Type-A host ports, an HDMI v1.4 output and built-in Fast Ethernet network connectivity.
The slightly disappointing feature is the inclusion of the relatively old Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich) operating system.
Still, it looks to come with a passable remote control unit and includes a AC/DC power adapter.
The NuFront NS115 is a dual-core Cortex A9 SoC CPU clocking at up to 1.5GHz, manufactured using 40-nanometre process tech and includes ARM’s Mali-400 GPU core for gaming speed.
It’s a reasonably well-featured chip with 1080p hardware-accelerated video playback with support for the usual cache of audio and video codecs. It’s even able to output to VGA if implemented. So far, this is the only device we’ve come across to use this chip, which looks to be roughly similar to Rockchip’s original dual-core RK3066 design.
It’s been around since May and is reportedly selling for around $US60 from online retailers.
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