An alternative to Android Boxes, the HDMI dongles are still uncommon in Europe (except through the online import), but not for very long, as evidenced by Point of View with the HDMI Smart TV, an HDMI stick to connect directly to the TV and runs on Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).
The architecture is simple, with a dual-core Rockchip 3066 SoC that are usually found on entry level Android tablets, a Mali 400MP graphics chip, all supported by 1 GB of RAM. The storage space is standard with 4GB of flash memory that can be extended up to 32GB via a micro SD slot. A USB 2.0 port is also available for playing media files, the second port of the dongle is intended to connect the power and a receiver connector of the provided wireless keyboard with trackpad . The dongle has WiFi built, so it is obviously quite possible to access the official Play Store.
The Point of View HDMI Smart TV should be available within just a few days, at a quite reasonable price of € 99.