Monthly Archive:: January 2013

Amiigo Fitness Bracelet for iPhone and Android – Androydz.com

The Amiigo Fitness Bracelet is a wearable activity tracking device that you wear on your wrist…..and on your foot. The tracking of your foot movement is what sets the Amiigo Fitness Bracelet apart from all the other fitness tracking devices currently out there. The Amiigo is being funded by a Kickstarter project and to date […]

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Review: Tronsmart Prometheus Amlogic M6 Android TV Box – Androydz.com

The Tronsmart Prometheus Amlogic M6 Android TV Box is an Android based set top TV box that is powered by the Amlogic-8726M6 Cortex A9 1.5GHz CPU. The Amlogic 8726 series SoC is the development target of the XBMC for Android team. The XBMC Media Center is a very popular multi-platform media player and management software […]

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WISE TIVI offers 3 different Android devices – Androydz.com

WISE TIVI has a trio of devices that is made up of the WISE TIVI Portable, WISE TIVI Vision and the WISE TIVI Box. All 3 devices are running on Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) but featuring different form factors. WISE TIVI Portable The Portable model is very much like a USB drive sized Android Mini […]

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Fitbit Flex ups ante on wristband trackers – Androydz.com

Fitbit has just announced its $99.95 Fitbit Flex wristband tracker and by doing so it has entered the playing field that is currently occupied by the Nike Fuelband and Jawbone Up. However, the Fitbit Flex ups the ante on its competition by offering real time synchronization with your iPhone via Bluetooth 4.0. Fitbit also promises […]

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HiMedia Q5 Android Media Player Review – Androydz.com

The HiMedia Q5 is an Android powered set top TV box or media player that a few tricks up its sleeves. It is made by HiMedia, a Chinese company that is well known for its Realtek set top boxes. The HiMedia Q5 is one of HiMedia’s few initial forays into Android territory. The HiMedia Q5 […]

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Leikr GPS Sports Watch Kickstarter meets funding goal – Androydz.com

The Leikr GPS Sports Watch is a Kickstarter project by former Nokia engineers. It has a 2″ 320×240 color screen, WiFi and BT wireless connectivity, runs on Linux OS and supports OpenStreet maps. The Leikr is targeted at athletes such as runners, bikers, triathletes, swimmers, marathoners, and more. It is made from material that is built […]

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GameStick Kickstarter 3 days to go, adds GameStick Dock – Androydz.com

The GameStick is an Android powered gaming device that is quite similar to the Android Mini PC on a stick devices. The main difference is that the GameStick is primarily a gaming device that connects to your TV. It comes with a game controller and has a customized interface that looks pretty much like Windows’ […]

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WiME NanoWatch Smart Watch – Androydz.com

The NanoWatch is a newly launched smart watch from Taiwanese firm WiME. The NanoWatch connects to your smart phone and your Bluetooth headset via Bluetooth. Besides controlling your phone’s functions like dialing and making calls, the smart watch can also control music playback and provide notifications for SMS and email. The NanoWatch can also stand […]

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MK808 Dual Core Android Mini PC Hands On Review – Androydz.com

The MK808 Dual Core Android Mini PC is one of the first Android Smart TV sticks to feature a dual core Rockchip RK3066 chipset. The Rockchip RK3066 has a maximum clock speed of 1.6 GHz but it is under clocked to 1.2 GHz on the MK808 due to heating problems. The RK3066 is significantly faster […]

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How to use Skype on an MK802 Android Mini PC – Androydz.com

Many of the MK802 Android Mini PC retailers has Skype listed as one of the many features of the MK802. What they did not reveal is that getting Skype to work on the MK802 is pretty much a trial and error process. Not all USB webcams will work nicely with Skype and there is also […]

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