My UG802 is still on the way, however, i find this new model from Google
Here is what i get from google:
"It was only weeks ago when the first Rockhip RK3066 dual-core Android TV stick got mass produced, the UG802. Well, things happen fast and a new and improved RK3066 TV stick wants your attention, called the MK808.
Google is switching its Google TV platform from the Intel Atom to a new dual-core ARMv7 processor from Marvell. The dual-core, 1.2GHz Armada 1500 HD Media system on chip (SoC) -- featuring a Qdeo video subsystem capable of processing 3D HD video streams -- will be built into Marvell's Foresight Platform reference design for Google TV, according to the chipmaker....
Axiomtek announced an & industrial-grade& Mini-ITX motherboard equipped with a dual-core Intel Atom D525 or single-core D425, either clocked to 1.8GHz. The Mano825 supports up to 4GB of DDR3 memory, providing dual display capability, PCI and Mini-PCI Express expansion, and I/O including USB 2.0, RS-232, gigabit Ethernet and SATA connections, says the company....
its an a rk3066 / 9.7 inch / 1.6 MHZ dual core / 1 GB ram / 16 GB rom / dual camera
i have flashed it with genio cm 10.1 rom .
they said its for all rk3066 devices .. i have a black screen when boot.. no cwm , doenst recognize usb ,( just black screen )
This noob company cant offer a stock firmware for its devices ..
I've never heard of a Dual Core Resister but have been told by a client's engineering staff that they are creating a problem in our switching power supplies. Do they exist and if so, where can I get more information?