Android Based Game Stick

By: Steve Wylde

Game Stick offers you the ability to play a wide variety of Android-based games on your television. It's a small portable device that is powered by Jelly Bean that uses a dongle to draw power over HDMI with a cool Bluetooth 4.0 controller. It has parental control, giving parents peace of mind and is simple enough for even youngsters to play easy games. It comes with 1 GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, and 802.11n Wi-Fi for downloading new content. It's an affordable option from the usual high-priced games for most systems, with most games ranging in the $2.99 range.

Game Stick is the next generation of gaming systems. Fully portable, when you want to take it with you, all you have to do is slide the dongle into a slot on the controller and you can take it on vacation or to a friend's house and play with it there.

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