As televisions get smarter by the day with larger panels and more features, dependency to use internet enabled features has also been on the rise. This is what took us through a generation of televisions with Smart TVs today, which have internet enabled features right onto them.
Though that does seem all good for now, how about running a complete version of Android on the television? That’s where Android Smart Sticks come in and we’ll be looking at the Geanee ADH-42 Smart Stick in this post.
The ADH-41 is a Android stick that can directly be plugged into the television through HDMI. Its dimensions are 109 mm × 49 mm × 10 mm and weighs 40g. The Smart Stick runs on the latest version of Android, 4.1 Jelly Bean. Though just being a small device for the television, it comes with a 1.5GHz dual-core Cortex-A9 CPU and quad-core GPU along with 1GB of RAM and upto 4GB of intermal memory storage space with support for expansion through microSD upto 32GB. It’s connectivity options are standar and the ADH-42 comes with WiFi, Bluetooth and microUSB too.
The functioning of this device is pretty simple, connect it to your television and there’s a complete Android Operating System based device on the large screen. This means that you can install apps onto it, browse through YouTube or just make a Skype Call to your family and say Hi to them, directly from the television screen. And as noticed, it does have a neat lineup of specifications built within it. Priced at just around 100$, the device has its availability only in Japan currently and makes a great add-on for your High Definition Television Panel.