whether you are a concerned parent who are worried about what the Internet is doing to your kids, or just need a super sleek multimedia desktop, the MiiPC Android PC by ZeroDesktop should fit the bill perfectly. the MiiPC is an Android-powered compact desktop machine that allows you to do pretty much almost anything that a regular PC is capable of (stuff like editing documents, surf the web, play games, watch videos et cetera – as long there’s an Android app for it), plus (for constantly worried parents) the virtue of parental control – thanks to a free companion smartphone app. the latter lets you set guidelines for your young ones’ activities such as apps and websites that they can access, and let you monitor their usage in real time. the app even lets you keep siblings from unnecessary bickering over who gets to use the PC by allocating the usage time and period. additionally, multi-user accounts cater to different family members, allowing each to access different suitable apps and games. the MiiPC can easily hooks up to a computer monitor or HDTV via its HDMI port, allowing a large screen computing experience and just like any personal computer, it uses physical keyboard and mouse for inputs. other key features include a 1.2GHz dual-core Marvell ARMADA processor with 1GB RAM, built-in 4GB storage – expandable via SD slot and USB port, Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity, Ethernet port, audio and microphone jack, a pair of USB 2.0 ports, and runs on top of Android 4.2 Jelly Bean which means you have full access to the expanding Android application ecosystem. the MiiPC Android PC by ZeroDesktop is now a live Kickstarter project and you can secure yourself one by making a pledge of $89 or more. yes. you read that correctly. it is this darn affordable. check out the pledge video below.