Cheap Android TV Box is Powerful and Easy to Mod (Video)

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  • 09 Sep 2012
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  • Cheap Android powered devices are nothing worth noting these days. There plenty of devices powered by the Google OS and capable of functioning as full-fledged media centers. We present an option that is cheap, packs some punch and is easily modded due to the OS capabilities.


    This Android powered TV Box allows you to run apps on your flat screen as well as to stream media content. It is powered by a AMLogic-M3 1GHz Cortex 9 CPU and has 1GB of RAM. The uniqueness of this device comes from the AMLogic chipset which is open for developement AND will play XBMC Android App with FULL 1080p playback using hardware not software. The device also fully supports apps such as YouTube and Netflix and surfing on the internet has never been easier.

    On top of Wi-Fi b/g/n the Android powered box supports other connectivity options such as power input, Ethernet port, dual USB ports, HDMI output, AV port, a reset button and an optical audio output. It has 4GB of internal and storage ships with its own HDMI cable and an infrared remote control. It runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with support for Google Play Store. Limited quantities of the device are available now with the next shipment scheduled for September 14. The $84.99 price tag is valid through September 9 with the normal price weighing in at a cool $90.

    You can view a demo video on XBMC here.

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