(This is a repost because I originally posted in the wrong section)
I am looking to get a tv hook up that uses android to essentially make my tv into a smart tv. I currently have 4 options and just can't decide between them.
-The new google tv (Sony NSZ-GS7) - $200 (Sony NSZ-GS7 with Google TV review | The Verge
Comes sporting a Marvell 1500 processor dual core 1.2 Ghz Processor and a very cool dual sided remote. Has some sort of custom operating system for tvs.
-The Pocket Tv - $145 (The Pocket TV: Makes any TV a Smart TV by Infinitec — Kickstarter
Comes with a very nice motion sensitive remote and rfi remote. 1gb ram, 1 Ghz Arm Cortex A9. Uses ICS 4.+
-Cotton Candy - $200 (Cotton Candy « FXITech
No remote but has a dual core 1.2Ghz exynos processor. Also uses ICS 4.+
-MK802 - $65-70 (Mini Google Android 4.0 TV Box HD Player WIFI PC Allwinner A10 MK802 4GB White | eBay
No remote. Single core 1.5 Ghz Arm Cortex A8, 1gb ram. ICS 4.+
So Im more interested in the Song NSZ-GS7 and the pocket tv. First on the Sony, it actually hooks up through your cable box so theres no need to change inputs and it has a very nice remote. The pocket tv on the other hand is $55 cheaper and is ultra portable.
My question is what does any one of these devices offer that the other one doesn't aside from the hardware specs?