Fun stuff although should they call it a PC?, the UG802 Android Mini PC allows you to connect a monitor with an HDMI port, a keyboard and a mouse and use it as an entry-level Android PC. The mini PC is powered by a Rockchip RK3066 dual core processor, which is combined with a 1GB of RAM, a 4GB of storage space, HDMI, WiFi and USB 2.0. The UG802 runs on the Google Android 4.0 operating system.
The UG802 features a Rockchip RK3066 ARM Cortex-A9 dual core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 4GB of storage. It features a microSD card slot, HDMI and USB ports, and built-in WiFi.
The CPU should make the little box noticeably faster than the MK802, which has a single core ARM Cortex-A8 chip. The advantage to picking up an MK802 at this point is that there are already a variety of Linux-based operating systems including Fedora and Ubuntu which have been ported to run on the platform. That hasn’t happened yet with the UG802, but I suspect it’s just a matter of time.
Like the MK802, the UG802 is manufactured in China and sold by a number of different distributors. And like the MK802, the pricing seems to vary pretty greatly from one retailer to the next.
A number of sellers are offering the UG802 at AliExpress for $69 and up — but be careful to make sure you’re getting what you pay for. Some AliExpress sellers have a habit of writing misleading information in their headlines or product descriptions (which is why you get a lot of listings that have both UG802 and MK802 in the headlines).
If you are interested, you can buy the UG802 Rockchip RK3066-powered Android mini PC for only $69 each.