Android & Ethernet / USB 3.0 / eSATA. Is it possible?
What I ask myself is weakly present.
Interested in whether it is possible to have a android device (for example for SoC Nvidia Tegra 3 (a forthcoming) or the Samsung Exynos 4210) which will operate the hardware decoding, gigabit ethernet, USB 3.0 (or at least 2.0), eSATA and output image and sound HDMI, and if you play in a certain application on the device will contain the content source encoded in DTS, DTS-HD, DD, DD TrueHD sound, in the same encrypted transfer it to a device on the other side of HDMI cable (passthrough)?
Device about which I'm not there, it is conditional, in fact the question is whether it is possible to create such a device. While on the Internet seen such devices. Among them, of course, none of them had all of the above, but there was some support for Ethernet, USB, HDMI, but how it works there I do not know.
There are currently about USB and Ethernet I imagine this case was this: on-board controllers are soldered above-mentioned interfaces, after which the linux drivers for these controllers is compiling android .. right?
P.S. sorry for my and google translate english =)