The Rikomagic MK802 III Mini PC is the recipient of an early Christmas gift, considering how it has received a slight bump up in the specifications. Of course, this means that the Rikomagic MK802 III Mini PC remains an extremely small computer in terms of its physical proportions, sporting a USB port on one end with an HDMI adapter at the opposite end, while a Rockchip RK3066 dual-core processor is right smack in the middle. The new features thrown into the Rikomagic MK802 III Mini PC? We are looking at Bluetooth connectivity, an ESD circuit which is touted to deliver better stability, as well as relevant support for software applications which allow you to turn off the computer without having to unplug it. That’s a nice touch, it makes the whole thing feel more like a computer than a cheap electronic device.
At least you no longer need to pull the plug once you are done using them, which is a common feature found in dozens of these Android-powered Mini PCs that seem to roll off a production line somewhere in China. Other hardware specifications include a quad-core graphics processor, 1GB RAM, and 4GB to 8GB of internal storage which can be further augmented via a microSD memory card slot.
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