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Topic # 98607 2-Mar-2012 18:14 Send private message

No need to get rid of your old tv, ICS 4.0 goodness from a dongle...  just as long as it has a HDMi and USB port :)

http://www.engadget.com/2012/03/01/always-innovating-hdmi-android-ics-dongle-hands-on/#comments

I want one now!!

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  Reply # 589530 2-Mar-2012 18:36 Send private message

The lack of touch screen would make controlling it a bit annoying, unless they've come up with something clever. A keyboard and mouse would probably do the job pretty well, or a Wii remote type thing.




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  Reply # 589537 2-Mar-2012 18:59 Send private message

It does have motion control, and like the lady said... bluetooth and wifi too, so no doubt it will support keyboard + mouse and other connectivity.

Apparently it also has voice recognition, according to the below link

http://www.wirefresh.com/android-tv-on-a-stick-hdmi-dongle-adds-android-4-0-to-any-tv/

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