The Mini X is a small Android device that plugs into a TV to let you run Android apps on the big screen. But since it’s powered by the same Allwinner A10 processor found in the Mele A1000 and MK802, the Mini X can also run a range of Linux-based operating systems including Ubuntu, Fedora, and Puppy.
We first heard about the Mini X last month when DealExtreme started offering the little PC for about $78.
Now it’s also available from Miniand Tech. The company is charging $99, but for that price you also get a 1-year warranty and a pretty active developer community.