Zidoo is teasing us with images of their coming high-end Android TV box the Zidoo X10. The device is powered by Realtek RTD1295, will host an intetnal 3.5″ SATA HDD Bay and is said to suport Blu-Ray navigation. Rest of the specifications should be similar to Zidoo X9S.
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Latest Android TV boxes powered by Amlogic S905X are offering advanced H.265 video decoding @ 4K resolution, VP9 and HDR support at a very low price tag. Running Android 6.0 Marshmallow and compared to other low cost TV boxes, the Mini M8S II is powered by 2GB RAM and offers extra smooth Android experience and… Read more »
Sunvell QBOX Android TV box is powered by Amlogic S905, 2GB, 16GB eMMC flash storage and currently running Android 5.1.1. The main highlights of the QBOX are; Quad-core CPU clocked at 2.0GHz, H.265 HEVC support with 4K @ 60Hz hardware cecoding, HDMI 2.0 with 4K support, Bluetooth 4.0, Gigabit ethernet, microSD and SD card slot…. Read more »
Xiaomi, the third largest smartphone manufacturer in the world, released the highly anticipated Xiaomi Pad 2, which runs on the latest Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5-Z8300 SoC. To everybody’s surprise, there are two editions running different operating systems.
Zidoo started the mass production of their latest Android TV media box the Zidoo X6 Pro, previously called Zidoo X6. Retail price is 99USD including free shipping, shipments are expected end of September. The device is powered by latest Rockhip RK3368 octa-core 64bit processor and PowerVR G6110 GPU which promises to support 4K@60fps, H.265, 3D… Read more »
Zidoo’s latest Android TV box the X1 is powered by Allwinner H3, a low-cost quad-core solution with support for latest video codecs (H.265/HEVC) with up to 4K resolution. The Zidoo X1 is priced at 60USD including shipping and now available from Geekbuying. The hot selling points for the Zidoo X1 are: Low cost 4K hardware… Read more »
May, 29th, PIPO released a revolutionary product – the PIPO X8, a Mini PC with a 7-inch IPS capacitive screen.
One Plus released their all new user interface on May 29th, and named it H2OS.
THE GOOD: the Cube iWork 8 3G has mobile network connectivity, and a much larger battery than the original iWork 8 Dual Boot Edition, which we reviewed last month. THE BAD: Only 24GB was allocated to Windows 8.1 OS, making it almost impossible not to insert a Micro SD card into the slate.THE BOTTOM LINE: The Cube iWork 8… Read more »
Smartphones may have dominated the MWC 2015 in Barcelona, but there were still some new tablets being released. Haier, a Chinese brand well known for their major appliances, also released 3 new Intel powered tablet products.