iPazzPort Android on a stick gets voice control and dual-core CPU

The popular iPazzPort Android on a stick which can turn almost any TV in to an internet connect ‘Smart TV’ has recently received a bunch of great new features to improve performance and use!

There are plenty of Android on a stick devices on the market today, and it’s rumored that even Beijing based Xiaomi could be introducing one very soon. However in the meantime the current ‘must have’ device is the iPazzPort and the latest 200 Yuan ($32) version is easily the best we’ve seen yet!

For the this updated iPazzPort Android on a stick a number of key features have been updated or added to boost both speed and ease of use. Some of the biggest and most important features include an upgraded dual-core 1.5GHz CPU with 1GB RAM meaning you can now watch 2160p HD video via the Android  4.0.4 device.

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There is also 4GB of built-in ROM along with space for an SD card reader, Micros USB and support for iPazzPort’s wireless voice control system!

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iPazzPort Android on a stick specification

  • CPU: dual-core 1.5Ghz
  • RAM: 1GB
  • ROM: 4GB
  • OS: Android ICS 4.0.4
  • Other features: 2160p HD video, HDMI, SD card reader, Micros USB, Wi-Fi, Voice control.

Pretty impressive for a Android on a stick $32 USD gadget!



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  1. Xiaolu
    November 2, 2012

    o.O N I C E ! ! !

    Would it be possible to connect this stick to a projector or even to a computer already connected to it (that’s my working place case)? Because windows xp sucks and it’d be great to shortcut that old system and enjoy a better quality experience.

    Just googling but… any idea where to buy (here in mainland China)? Thanks in advance!

    • Fyzue
      November 5, 2012

      Try google mk802, at my place some reseller sold mk802 iii already.

      Somepart of world iPazzport being known as MK802

  2. Matt Parsons
    November 2, 2012

    Any link as to where to buy Andy?

  3. viktor
    November 2, 2012

    i also want link where to buy

  4. JJ
    November 2, 2012

    I found it excluding fee and shippingcosts for $32.20 on http://www.mistertao.com/taobao-products/taobao-item-20770756351.html

  5. KnullePutte
    November 4, 2012

    LOL, 2160p on WiFi. Even 1080 is a studdering on these devices. If you want to watch better quality flicks stick to LAN available players.

    • JamesHD1997
      November 4, 2012

      KnullePutte: This supports HDMI, ya know? That’s the only reason it has 2160p,