Android industrial and embedded devices get some sort of a drive at the moment. So far we saw hundreds of different Android-based smartphone and handheld devices on the market, but now more and more network pcs and industrial Android devices are published. After the Raspberry PI was published by a team of embedded computing enthusiasts, for a price below 50 bucks, its now time for some Android based mini devices to take over the market. One example for these new Android based devices is this Chinese-made MK802 device, which is a full fletched mini PC at the size of a USB flash drive. It contains a 1.5Ghz Allwinner prozessor, 512MB of RAM and 4GB of onboard flash storage. You can get at these internals via two USB ports (which can also power the device,) and pump the result out to a display via HDMI. The 4GB of memory can be expanded via a microSD slot. You can buy this handy little device for around 100$.