These really need two things: 1) bluetooth support (in Android and Linux/xbmc) and 2) wired ethernet (for streaming). Ethernet/USB adapters just don't cut it.
There are a few variants you can find floating around, sold as Android TV boxes that have what you want built-in. They usually cost around $80-100, but their specs are usually also slightly better, and they come in a box form factor.
It works with the bionic lapdock. I got mine for $50 through verizon on clearance.
I also have an atrix lapdock and a lapdock 100 that it works with.
Do any of them have stereo or 3.5mm output so you can use them with headsets or headphones? I'm really hoping to see one of these with 3.5mm mic/speaker ports so they can be used for chatting or the like.
None of the work being done is in regards to enabling hardware acceleration for video playback on the Allwinner A10 platform (which the MK802 is based on) because Allwinner was supposed to provide the necessary files to the XBMC team but they still haven't done so. Until they do so, it will be possible to install and run XBMC on the A10 platform but video playback will be generally terrible. This is the last update[j1nx.nl] that I've seen regarding the issue.
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