CX-803 II Android TV stick features 2GB RAM, dual-core CPU, external antenna

CX-803 II

Tiny sticks that you can plug into a TV to run Android apps on a big screen are a dime a dozen these days. What’s a bit tougher to find is a model with 2GB of RAM.

Enter the CX-803 II. It’s an Android TV stick with a Rockchip RK3066 dual-core processor, Android 4.1 software, and 2GB of RAM. It’s available for $70.

CX-803 II

Like other Android mini PCs, the CX-803 II has USB ports and an HDMI connector. Plug it into your TV and you’ve suddenly got yourself a smart TV that you can use to stream internet video from YouTube or Netflix, surf the web, or play games.

You’ll also want to plug in a keyboard, mouse, game controller, or remote control though.

Since this model has an RK3066 processor, it should also be able to run PicUntu, a version of Ubuntu Linux optimized to run on Android systems with that chip.

The CX-803 II features ARM Mali 400 quad-core graphics, 8GB of built-in storage, and a microSD card slot for extra storage space. It has 802.11n WiFi and an external antenna which should help with wireless reception — something many other Android mini computers struggle with.

Features

CPU Dual Core ARM Cortex A9  Rockchip RK3066 1.6 GHz
GPU 4 x Mali-400
Memory 2 GB DDR3, 8 GB NAND Flash
OS Android 4.1 ( can upgrade to Android 4.2 soon)
WiFi IEEE 802.11 b/g/n (Built-in Realtek 8189 Sdio WiFi Module)
Bluetooth Built-in Bluetooth
Micro USB port 1 For OTG
Micro USB port 2 For power supply
USB port HOST
HDMI HDMI 1.4
Micro SD card slot For Micro SD card (TF card)
Mic Built-in microphone
Size 101.2 × 48 × 9.5 mm
Weight 36 g

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