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Check out this innovative USB. The memory concept allows to break your USB stick into compartments, allowing you to store different data on each. Files on the device can easily sorted due to the category based partitions.
The Measy U2C is a new dual core Rockchip RK3066 based Android stick that has built in Bluetooth, a 2 megapixel camera and microphone. There is optional docking station for the Measy U2C that functions as a holder for the U2C so that you can easily position the camera. The dock also adds 3 additional USB ports, an SD card slot and a power switch.
The HiMedia Q5 Android media player is an Android OS based set top box and media player. It comes with the proprietary HiControl app that turns any Android phone or tablet into a keyboard, remote control or touch pad controller for the HiMedia Q5. The HiControl app even mirrors the display on the TV and lets you use your phone as an accelerator / G-sensor controller for Android games.
The Samsung HomeSync allows family members to easily share and sync content from their personal devices with other family members. They can also use the HomeSync to store private content that is encrypted and password protected for secure storage. It comes with 1 TB storage and it runs on Android. It can be used like a normal Android device and run apps from the Google Play Store.