Update: This seller does not appear to be aboveboard with shipping dates 30 days in the future. Thanks for the feedback, everyone!

eBay with Qin Qin Dong has the MK802 A10 Cortex-A8 Android 4.0 Mini TV Player for $18 with free shipping. Upgrade your TV to play content from YouTube or download apps. Includes Flying Mouse Keyboard remote. Ships from China.

  • A10 Cortex-A8 1.5Ghz, 1GB RAM, 4GB storage
  • Android 4.0 OS, HDMI output, 802.11b/g/n

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      watahboy Ben's cred: 45
      Posted 9:33 am PST 01/14/13

      This looks very suspicious. This seller also has a few $30 IPS panel tablets and a 256 gb flash drive for $10...

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      bclinton Ben's cred: 205
      Posted 9:40 am PST 01/14/13

      Yup. All of the prior auctions are private and you can't tell what was sold.

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      johnnylately Ben's cred: 216
      Posted 9:43 am PST 01/14/13

      I have the MK802 1GB like this one. Using it on my 55" TV. Works great, just a bit slow at times. Using a Logitech K400 keyboard plus touchpad. Using a mouse is more intuitive for touch-and-drag movements but otherwise works OK. I pulled the trigger on this for the remote to check it out.

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      Daktylo Ben's cred: 94
      Posted 9:50 am PST 01/14/13

      How do you define slow? Is it frame stutter? Mouse movements are slow? Takes a while to open files? I'm just wondering, as it seems to be an interesting unit, but if it stutters during videos, I'll pass.

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      fylbert Ben's cred: 11
      Posted 9:54 am PST 01/14/13

      All prior auctions feedback reference 'Beads" so I smell hokum

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      Scooterbug Ben's cred: 4
      Posted 11:13 am PST 01/14/13

      And fylbert, there's nothing worse than Dong hokum !!

      ..... or so I've heard. Poster @#7 has more personal knowledge about that than I do.

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      database00 Ben's cred: 17
      Posted 12:08 pm PST 01/14/13

      i had 2 in my cart about to finalize my ourchase then read reviews. latest one says scam. and they have decent ratings because they sold like 400 beads sets for a buck a piece.

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      Justanod Ben's cred: 205
      Posted 12:22 pm PST 01/14/13

      If you can't trust the eBay buyer protection program, then who can you trust?

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      radioactive21 Ben's cred: 16
      Posted 12:45 pm PST 01/14/13

      I jumped. $18 not bad a risk for me, plus I just kill it through my CC if paypal is stupid.

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      alexkho Ben's cred: 2
      Posted 1:57 pm PST 01/14/13

      i think we all got con. how can they sell a tablet for 30 dollar.
      there goes 18 dollar .... from my wallet ....

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      johnnylately Ben's cred: 216
      Posted 2:04 pm PST 01/14/13

      I have not experienced much stutter when playing Netflix or Youtube HD. It is wireless so there is always the issue of some latency once in a while. There are anywhere from 2 to 7 wireless devices active in my house at any one time. I only have 802.11g in my house yet this device runs OK. Some of the apps are a bit slow to respond or change screens but it is not a big deal to me. I paid $40 last year for this and have been happy with it. With all of the hate towards this seller you can probably find a decent deal from someone more reputable. Or spend more for the MK808 or other dual-core Android device. I am keeping a look out for one of those to show up in a good deal.

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      wildwing94 Ben's cred: 7
      Posted 3:08 pm PST 01/14/13

      I bought a stick and decided to buy one of those tablets too. Why not right? PayPal and eBay Buyer's Protection should keep me safe and it's not a big investment either way. Hopefully it's a good deal.

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      zachary15 Ben's cred: 42
      Posted 3:50 pm PST 01/14/13

      smell fishy....

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      dennis007 Ben's cred: 282
      Posted 3:54 pm PST 01/14/13

      I know it's only $18 but when thing sound too good to be true especially from you know from where. They sold over 2,000 of this thing I wouldn't called it a scam. Like any other china brand products for super low price with high power equipped components, be very careful!!!!!. This thing wireless will not connect at N speed for sure and power 1ghz vortex chip? really?.

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      gfx Ben's cred: 43
      Posted 4:02 pm PST 01/14/13

      Definitely a scam

      Delivery Estimated between Mon. Feb. 4 and Thu. Feb. 21
      No way shipping from China takes over 30 days.
      So, seller will reply "do not open a paypal claim until Feb 21", after that you have only a week to open a claim.

      Just interesting, how many of the 2000+ loosers will miss the claim timeframe.
      After 45days neither eBay nor Paypal are responsible for your loss which becomes a pure profit for the seller.

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      boogieman Ben's cred: 29
      Posted 5:30 pm PST 01/14/13

      Just look at the product description. "we hope you can receive your item..." Wouldn't that free them from you not receiving the product? $18 might be doable out there with volume. The $30 tablet? You can't even buy a 10" digital frame for $30!

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      radioactive21 Ben's cred: 16
      Posted 7:45 pm PST 01/14/13

      @gfx i placed a claim on a seller from Europe on the 43rd day (busy and almost forgot), anyway got my claim in and still got money back two weeks later. I certain it's when you file the claim.

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      dave_c Ben's cred: 3864
      Posted 8:58 pm PST 01/14/13

      Actually I find it likely that shipping from China would take over 30 days, a lot of the stuff I've bought from Dealextreme took that long at this time of year since the Chinese New Year is coming up which delays orders roughly a week longer than usual.

      I know it *shouldn't* take that long but it does, I'd just assumed they did some kind of order accumulation to make a bulk purchase from the manufacturer to get a lower price, or that they sit on the money to make a small interest profit off of it.

      I'm not vouching for their credibility though, the prices look too good to be true to me too.

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      alexkho Ben's cred: 2
      Posted 7:25 am PST 01/15/13

      ANYONE TEXT THEM ? OR SHOULD WE START THE CLAIM PROCESS ?

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      alexkho Ben's cred: 2
      Posted 11:49 am PST 01/15/13

      it's show shipped but 0 tracking number ....

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