that sounds superb! do you know if you can get it to work with the steering wheel controls and the display unit on the car?
I was thinking of a high street named DDin as the cable sets to link to the civic are sold with only the high street named head units in mind (that I have found so far), but the HK android ones seem like much better value for money...
It should do, the Connects2 kit comes with everything to get the original screen working with the steering controls. You need to ask for the universal patch lead, and then you get bare wires rather than a connector for the steering wheel controls, this should connect to the relevant input wires on the back of the headunit.
I'll know for sure when mine arrives though, should be end of this week or start of next.
They don't always work out as cheap as you think, yes there are some units available for ~£150, but in my mind they are not very good for a few reasons, such as running Windows CE as well as Android (means that the apps like radio and navigation are not very well linked, and often cause problems, just look on YouTube), and a slow processor with limited RAM. There is one other pure Android unit that I know of, the previous generation of the one I purchased, with Android 2.3, single core 1GHz CPU, 512mb RAM. It is not bad, but the new 4.1 version has some significant hardware and software improvements that I feel are worth the extra £100 or so.
The unit I bought costs around £375 plus import tax, which I agree is cheaper than most branded double dins. With the branded ones you are paying more because of their software, whereas the Android units do not come with a fancy interface designed specifically for your car, it's exactly the same as what you get on your phone or tablet, so it is up to you to find a launcher and other apps to get it the way you like.