Mele shows the first Allwinner A31 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 based Android TV Set-top-box, they have also designed a Windows 8 like UI on top of Android, they have designed one of the market's best RF remote controls with a keyboard on one side and a remote control on the other side with microphone and speaker for using the remote as a phone, built-in accelerometers, gyroscope, also showing their box off running some advanced games on the Allwinner A31's SGX544 GPU. The retail price is going to be around $110.
Mele shows some of their Skype Video-conferencing Camera modules that work with their latest Allwinner A20, A31 based set-top-boxes, with either built-in camera connected on the set-top-box, or with a cable on the top of the TV, or a design for the Set-top-box actually built in to the larger camera to mount on the top of the TV. I am not sure about the status and possibility of doing 720p or even 1080p Video-conferencing on Skype on Android Set-top-boxes, I guess that support is up to the Skype Android app (which Microsoft controls), but I guess there are other Android Video-conferencing apps that support 720p and 1080p video-conferencing already and which should work with this system. HD video-conferencing is awesome, and this may be a way to have that work for around $150 retail price on each side.
Mele shows their Allwinner A20 dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 based Set-top-box, running on Android 4.2.2, this Mele box is to replace their Allwinner A10 based box. USB Host price, Lan port, optical digital audio output and a bunch of other things, the retail price can be $60-$70.
A Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 in an HDMI stick like the Hi-802 is high performance stuff! The trick is to try to demonstrate how to get use of that extra power. Here we try to show off some XBMC (even though it seems or we guess video codecs in xbmc aren't hardware accelerated on i.MX6 yet), we show the cool Mele RF remote (that can be bought as an option eventually), we show some of the advanced display settings and more. This device is to be available for $89 including worldwide Hong Kong Air Post (5-10 day) shipping on the ARMdevice.net Members Store when this device becomes available by the end of the month.