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Default Which an Android Stick Computer to choose?

I want to play Full HD movies and view photos from my PC to the TV. Therefore, I want to buy an Android Stick Computer to create HTPC. I have the following requirements:
1) can handle 1080p without problems;
2) has comfortable controls (probably need a remote control);
3) price less than 200$ (if you really need, you can increase my budget);
4) good antenna for receiving Wi-Fi signal (in a room, where there is a TV, signal is 20%);
5) the existence of a memory card slot;
6) support XBMC;
7) powerful processor and graphics accelerator.

I tried to search the Android Stick Computer. However, there are a large number of different devices.

I will be glad for any advice.
 
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Are my requirements too strict?
 
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Are my requirements too strict?
There is no best andoid stick. You must compare it with the best phone, tv or the best home / garden.
What is the best is personal your personal favorite. To run XBMC you must search a neon capable usb key.
Supported processors are find on the xbmc wiki. Search for Android hardware.

My personal favorite is the RK3188 (quad core) processor.
 
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I am studying this issue for several days. I found one interesting device, which runs on android. It is http://www.vidon.me/android_blu_ray_box.htm Also, I realized that I need to choose the device, which based on OpenELEC. Although, maybe I'm wrong.
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