Futeko has this month started selling a new networked streaming media player in the form of the Bluetimes Coopa smart TV for just £58 or around $90. The mini PC which is equipped with a Cortex A9 Amlogic 8726 processor.
Its capable of running Google’s latest Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) operating system, and is for all intense and purposes a mini PC, which can also act as a Wi-Fi hotspot for a 3G broadband dongle.
The Bluetimes Coopa smart TV is equipped with 4GB of internal memory and its graphics are powered by a Mali400 GPU chipset, similar to the smaller Kimdecent $78 Android 4.0 Mini PC With ARM Cortex-A9 we featured earlier today.
The Bluetimes Coopa smart TV supports MKV, MP4 files and more and its storage can be increase via the use of external USB drives. Its also equipped with a Ethernet socket and WiFi support and has access to Google’s Play Store, with apps such as Facebook, Twitter, Google Maps, and Angry Birds available to install.
More information and specification are available over on the Futeko website.
Source: GizmodoFiled Under: Android News, Hardware