TizzBird, a manufacturer specialized in Android media players announces the Tizzstick N1, a mini media player with Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) in the form of a HDMI stick that plugs directly to the TV. It incorporates a cover system in addition to playing HD and 3D files, and has 1080/24p compatibility and integrated WiFi.
Running on Android 4.0, the Tizzstick N1 should logically be allowed, from information provided by the manufacturer, to access the Play Store to download applications or access Google applications and services (VOD, Google Music, Maps, etc.) exactly the same as the recent Point of View HDMI Smart TV Android HDMI key. It also has a dual-core CPU (TCC9825 & GPU Mali 400) clocked at 800 MHz, plus 1 GB of RAM and a storage capacity of 4 GB (NAND). If you notice the lack of a micro SD port, the key still has a USB 2.0 port for connecting an external hard drive, a keyboard or a mouse.
The network part is quite surprising given the size of the device, since it is both compatible with playback on uPnP, NFS and Samba. The multimedia part looks pretty nice with a compatibility with avi, mkv, mkv 3D, rmvb, mp4, mpg, mov, wmv, flv, ts.tp, m2ts, ifo, hdmv, iso, the management of sub, smi, sub/idx, srt and ssa subtitles andm for audio, we have MP3, AAC, OGG, FLAC, WAV and APE.
Tizzstick the N1 is now available at a price of only $75.
You may get more information at tizzbird.com.