1. AC Question's Avatar
    This question had been asked a few years ago, and I would like to have some insights on the feasibility at 2016.

    Today our phones become more powerful and easier to connect with peripherals. I want to know whether the following is feasible:

    1. The cost for phone should be lower than USD 300.

    2. The performance should be better than a raspberry pi 3.

    3. It can link to a monitor, preferably by HDMI and not miracast.

    4. It can connect to a mouse AND a keyboard simultaneously, either by wire or bluetooth, but I need both of them to be connected.

    I know flagship phone with MHL support should do the trick, but the budget is enough to purchase a decent laptop. Android sticks are common but I want a powerful one, and with additional portability. My aim is mainly for web surfing and office use and occasionally as an NES emulator
    05-26-2016 09:31 AM
  2. dpham00's Avatar
    I picked up a few S6 Edge new (no contract) for $200.

    Although A lot of new high end Android do not support mhl like the s6/s7/note 5 /6p.

    You can pick up a note 4 though for mhl
    05-26-2016 09:53 AM

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