Very easy to connect up and use. This tiny PC-in-a-stick adds Android to your TV. All you need is an HDMI socket and a USB power supply connection and a USB mouse (wired or wireless). Cables are provided (HDMI, USB). It also has a slot for a microSD memory card (up to 32gb).
I used my wireless mouse and keyboard from PC to configure the 802.11n wireless connection to my home wireless access point.
I am still finding my way around Android. It seems very stable and is quite fun. Display is crisp and sharp (HD). YouTube app displayed HD content.
Tried the BBC iPlayer but there is some problem. The BBC has made changes recently which have affected my HP TouchPad's ability to play content and I get the same error message from BBC iPlayer site.
Come on BBC: get your iPlayer Android act together!
The Google Play "store" has many free apps to use such as Angry Birds, Google Maps, Kindle etc etc.
I used nmap to scan all the ports and was pleased to find no accessible services.
A fun and useful addition to my non-smart TV.