- Jun 20, 2011
Sounds like the AnyBeam would have another advantage there in the sense that it pretty much doesn’t have an OS, let alone Google limitations!
I can't understand the comparison, correct me if I'm wrong, but as far as I understood, AnyBeam does need and external device to actually do something, by itself it can do nothing.
A device like that have no purpose for my use case.
And anyway the same thing can be done by the PIQO, because if I just connect an HDMI cable to it, Android is not anymore a limitation... but I consider this possibility just as a "plus", because the main function is to be a "stand alone" device.