This is something that I purchased this on eBay about a month ago. I was intending to use it for streaming video, but my TV doesn't have HDMI, so this has sat unused. I paid $125 for it, and had to wait for it to arrive from China (I'm in Canada). I'm more than happy to sell it for a chunk less than that - it's better than it sitting here unused. http://www.bitcoinclassifieds.net/images/uploaded/4fff718d4c89c.jpg
Below is the eBay listing I purchased from, so you're probably best off looking up the specs etc there. http://www.ebay.com/itm/Google-Android-4-0-ARM-WiFi-HD-1080P-HDMI-Cortex-A9-1GHz-Internet-TV-Box-White-/290702361995?pt=US_Internet_Media_Streamers&hash=item43af36058b#ht_10222wt_1163
The only deviation from that listing that is that it didn't come with component cables for some reason, even though they are shown in the listing. If you actually need those (I didn't, my TV didn't have component either), they're only a few bucks on eBay. One addition that I could make to the package, if you want it, would be to include an HDMI-to-DVI adapter.
I paid $125 USD for it, and it took about 3 weeks to arrive from China. I'm listing it here for the Bitcoin equivalent of $85 (less than two-thirds) and I will cover the cost of shipping it using Expedited Parcel (to the US or Canada).
I have no idea what the norms are here in terms of making a transaction like this safe, but I'm happy undertake whatever setup is required to make it a secure transaction. I wouldn't be opposed to using a middle-man, if that's something that is done around these parts. I recognize that I'm 4 hours and 24 minutes new to this community. So if you have an arrangement in mind to make the transaction go smoothly, it's probably cool with me - within reason.