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Posted by Witewolf on Saturday, March 30, 2013 (07:49:21) (28 reads)
Incase you have not seen the news!
A pair of inexpensive micro-PCs have generated quite a bit of buzz this year. The dirt-cheap Raspberry Pi started shipping in mid-April, but the FXI Cotton Candy has yet to make it out the door. The $200 Android PC-on-a-stick will also have some competition once it finally arrives: a very similar $74 AllWinner A10-based system has already popped up on online shopping sites.
Meet the MK802, which (like the Cotton Candy) features an ARM processor, Android 4.0, and WiFi connectivity. It’s not quite as powerful, with a single-core 1.5GHz AllWinner A10 processor and 512MB memory compared to a dual-core 1.2GHz Exynos chip and 1GB. The MK802 does offer two USB ports — one full-sized and one micro — and it utilizes the same Mali 400 GPU as the Cotton Candy.
One other difference is that the MK802 sports an HDMI port, not an HDMI plug. That means, of course, that you’ll still need a cable or a male-to-male plug to hook up to your HDTV or monitor. Really, though, that’s a reasonable trade-off when you consider that you can buy almost three MK802s for the same price as a single Cotton Candy.
If you do decide to pick up the MK802, remember that you’ll have to rely on your own stash of APKs or a third-party marketplace like the Amazon Appstore, at least initially. With the ridiculously low price tag on this device, it’s a good bet that the Android developer community will jump on this solid little stick computer and hack in support for Google Play in the very near future.
CNX Software , via Liliputing
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Witewolf.com : Update!|
Posted by Witewolf on Friday, March 15, 2013 (07:23:36) (10 reads)
Well, before we go any farther on our site cleanup, we are going to update our site to the latest stable release of DragonflyCMS. This make sure that all of our areas are up to date as well, and keep everything going smoothly. The Code Wiki is being worked on, and so is our Web Glossary. Major changes are going to be showing up and its mostly the clean up, and new information being worked on.
Posted by Witewolf on Tuesday, February 12, 2013 (12:54:12) (9 reads)
The Code Wiki is underway! Progress will speed up as time goes on. Other updates and changes also in the works!
Witewolf.com : The new Witewolf!|
Posted by Witewolf on Sunday, August 19, 2012 (10:19:44) (166 reads)
The changes and updates have started!! We will make this as smooth as we can. Thank you for your understanding. As I said in the last post... The site is going to be organized and alot more user friendly. You may find some areas down from time to time. None of them should be down very long. Your ideas, suggestions, and feedback is always welcome.
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Witewolf.com : Updates|
Posted by Witewolf on Wednesday, August 08, 2012 (23:35:24) (336 reads)
After looking over the options, we are happy to announce we have found a method of organizing our information to better suit our visitors. We will begin making the changes right away. Your input is always welcome. The goal is to simply make our resources and information available to you in a user friendly manner. The amount of information we have spreads over many different areas, and this can make it hard to keep organized. Now that we have found a way to resolve this issue, we want to also add a way to allow people to interact more. This change should cover everything we are looking to do.
We hope you all like the change!!
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