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Review of: MK802
product by:
Zero Devices

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Rating:
5 Stars
On June 7, 2012
Last modified:June 3, 2012

Summary:

The market will find a niche for such pioneer micro devices as Cotton Candy by FXI Tech and MK802 by Zero Devices. Due to compact size and low price such devices could become popular in appropriate cases.

Chinese company Zero Devices released a computer of the size of a stick for $74. The only competitor of the device is Cotton Candy by FXI Tech. Nova days the computer market is packed by a variety of computing devices. New products must offer something unique in order to be competitive. It could be price, quality, new features, original design, etc.  In the case of Zero Devices MK802 is the price and the size. Direct competitor of MK802 is Cotton Candy by FXI Tech. It has a similar concept but almost three times more expensive. $200 price of Cotton Candy accounted mostly by dual core Samsung 1.2 GHz processor. Zero Devices MK802 equipped by less powerful and therefore less expensive single-core chip Allwiner A10 with a frequency of 1.5 GHz, 512 MB of RAM and 4GB flash drive. Zero Devices running on Android 4.0. Cotton Candy runs on Android 2.3 or Ubuntu. Both devices could be plugged to the variety of electronic devices such as tablets, notebooks, TVs and smartphones. However it remains not entirely clear the scope of application of these gadgets.

The market will find a niche for such pioneer micro devices as Cotton Candy by FXI Tech and MK802 by Zero Devices. Due to compact size and low price such devices could become popular in appropriate cases.