Artway Technology, from China presents a new HDMI stick, the FVD-1, like the those from Zero Devices.
By offering Wi-Fi n, the product resembles a pen drive (or dongle), but connects to TV via HDMI, which allows streaming HD content from DLNA network and internet.
According to the manufacturer, the stick allows the user to browse, download applications, access e-mails and play through the Android 2.3 (with upgrade to 4.0) on the TV screen.
The secret lies in the dual-core ARM Cortex A9 1.06GHz, 512MB of RAM and the memory capacity of 4GB, which can be expanded to a hard drive via USB port. An IR remote is also included.