This quad-core Android PC-on-a-stick weighs in at $62

The QC802, a quad-core mini PC with 2GB RAM and 8GB Flash, can be snapped up for a cool $62, or $70 with shipping. The device is powered by a Rockchip RK3188 Cortex A9 SoC (1.6 Ghz) paired with an ARM Mali-400MP4 GPU.

Additional specs? Android Jelly Bean (4.2), 2GB DDR3, 8GB internal flash, a micro SD slot (up to 32GB), WiFi, Bluetooth, HDMI out, 1x USB Host 2.0, 2x micro USB ports – including one for power and one host.

The QC802 can be purchased here.

In other Android news, a Chinese company known as Galapad recently showcased a pyramid set-top box dubbed the “Galaz” at Computex 2013. Admittedly, not much is known about this device, but man, does it look sweet (or at least different)!

However, we do know that it is equipped with HDMI out, RJ45 and mini USB connectors, an audio jack, and a microSD card. As CNX Software notes, the company’s previous designs (all tablets) are based on Nvidia Tegra SoCs, so it’s likely the Galapad will be powered by Nvidia silicon.