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Rikomagic MK802 II New Generation Mini Android 4.0 PC Google TV Box HD IPTV Player

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  • The latest generation of Android 4.0 Mini PC
  • Memory: 1GB; Storage: 4GB
  • Expansion: Micro SD 2-32GB Memory
  • Main Chip: Allwinner A10/ 1GHz Cortex-A8
  • Apps: Google PlayStore, Youtube, Twitter, AngryBirds, Office, Gmail, Browse, Skype.
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Technical Details
Brand NameRikomagic
Item Weight6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions5.7 x 3.7 x 1.5 inches
Item model number40-5-019001B#1
Color NameWhite
  
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ASINB0091UHMHO
Best Sellers Rank #28,258 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableAugust 24, 2012
  
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The latest generation of Android 4.0 Mini PC Memory: 1GB; Storage: 4GB Expansion: Micro SD 2-32GB Memory Main Chip: Allwinner A10/ 1GHz Cortex-A8 Apps: Google PlayStore, Youtube, Twitter, AngryBirds, Office, Gmail, Browse, Skype.

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Customer Reviews

This is not a real rikomagic, it has the same specs at the mk802+.
Jonathan R. Clark
I'd probably rate this a lot higher if I was just using it for web browsing and running Android apps, but the lack of Skype killed it.
Mark Fehlberg
I had it for two weeks and every 3 or 4 days I would have to hard reset it because it would get stuck at the boot screen.
R. Beeler

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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Er Gu on December 27, 2012
I received this as a gift for Christmas 2012. I threw it on my wishlist because it was cheap but it still seemed like a bit of a frivolous item to buy myself. In short, I'm glad I didn't buy it for myself, as it's a bit frustrating to use. At the same time, however, I'm glad I asked for it, as I might just manage to get some use out of it. To start, I'll go ahead and list the pros:

-Very competitive price.
-Pretty easy to set up (if you've got the right equipment to complement it).
-It comes rooted (that's right, a device that you can actually own).
-You can plug standard USB keyboard and mouse into this.
-Google Play Store access (I'm pretty sure they have to pay google for access to this).

Those are some serious pros, in my opinion. The price alone should make this worth buying for a lot of people. But for me, the cons are pretty substantial:

-It defaults to 720p at (I think) 60hz. This only worked on ONE of the displays I tried it on. Changing the display (so that I can actually use it) only lasts as long as the device is plugged in. If the device crashes (something it does often), the only way to reset it is to unplug and replug.
-Video streaming on YouTube and Netflix was extremely slow (I read somewhere that this might be because the antenna is just too insulated and the device is not getting a strong enough signal; a problem that can be solved with a little tweaking of the case).
-It crashed on me at least five times in an hour and a half.
-The device feels slow, all around, both doing online and offline activities. Even seemingly simple offline activities!
-It gets hot! People have said that it'll crash on them when it gets too hot.
-The male to female HDMI cable they give you is a bit frustrating.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Somedude on January 17, 2013
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I ordered 2 of these, took it out, hooked it up with the HDMI wire and USB, and could not get a good connection to the Wifi. I read the reviews and thought this unit is crap but .. then I figured it out. Anyone who is having wifi problems ,it is the HDMI cable. Plug the in the unit DIRECTLY into the TV (do not use the provided HDMI cable)

The provided HDMI cable is not shielded therefore causes interference and you will never get a good wifi connection! I plugged it directly into my tv without the HDMI cable and bam netflix streaming works!

It is a bit slow for browsing and installing apps but hey it works! Took me a while to figure out that the HDMI wire was causing interference! They really should be selling these with shielded HDMI cables or no HDMI cable at all!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By RC Barker on January 20, 2013
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Device was very unstable and frequently locked up. The WiFi connection was unreliable and slow. I had great expectations, unfortunately they were not realized. Sadly I returned it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan R. Clark on January 5, 2013
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This is not a real rikomagic, it has the same specs at the mk802+. Didnt really matter to me much, but just know it will most likely not be the real product.
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21 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Clint Baxley on September 30, 2012
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This thing is awesome. Worked out of the box perfectly. Every app I downloaded worked perfect. Had it running in like 1 minute with no fails. Just plugged in a wireless keyboard and mouse and I was watching movies. Plays Xfinity without a problem (comments on this are probably about the persons' network rather than the ability to play them). Does not overheat. I watched videos all night and it was just warm. I did not experience any of the problems that I saw in the comments so that leads me to believe that there were other problems not related to the item. I am buying a couple of more of them. I am not paid by these guys by the way. I am a software engineer but my wife is using this gadget and I am buying one for my 70 year old mom LOL.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ronetone on March 7, 2013
was shipped clone MK802 not real Rikomagic MK802 II, received a unbranded MK802, the wifi on the clone is horrible constantly dropping unlikely to upgrade firmware since it is a clone and not compatible with Rikomagic firmware update
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Huber on January 14, 2013
The MK802II is a great little Android device that I use for streaming video and for accessing the Google Play store. Display resolutions range from 1080P down through 480P. Although it supports wireless input devices, it would not connect with a mouse similar to this Mini Wireless Optical Mouse. I'm currently using the MK802II with a wired USB mouse chained through a Dell U473D keyboard that I happened to have on-hand.

This little powerhouse is a good compromise between the original MK802 which has half the RAM and runs hotter, and the more expensive dual-core MK802III and IIIs. The MK802II's factory firmware works fairly well with Google Play, and there is a newer 2012.12.08 firmware that works even better.

A word about Wi-Fi reception: adequate. My MK802II is linked to an 802.11n router centrally located in my home. The MK802II gets 3-4 bars of signal on the first floor through one sheetrock wall, and 1-2 bars in the far corner of my basement through hardwood floors and a sheetrock wall. The MK802II's tiny Wi-Fi chip antenna is right next to the blue power LED, so you'll get the best reception if you face the back of the MK802II toward your router antenna.

One novelty I discovered after purchasing the unit is Rikomagic's Remote Client app for the MK802II. Rikomagic has an app on Google Play that will let any Android device act as a remote display and control a MK802II. Unfortunately I must deduct a star here due to extremely poor documentation. It was only through much research that I found out how to set up the remote client.
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