Monday, 18 August 2014

Device created for 'fans' of Android system runs on any TV

The Freakbox is a set-top box that lets you run Android on any TV, turning them into "smart" TVs. The "magic" is possible by connecting the box to the unit via an HDMI output, A / V 3.5mm or S / PDIF. The pre-sell the product began this week on the manufacturer's website.

The equipment is a limited edition created by enthusiasts of the Google operating system participating in the forum Freaktab. It comes with Android 4.4 Kitkat and in the future must rely on Linux. The Internet connection can be done via Wi-Fi, LAN, Bluetooth 4.0 or one of the three USB inputs 

The hardware consists of a Rockchip RK3188, quad-core Cortex-A9 1.6GHz, accompanied by a video card Mali 400 MP4 533 MHz. Moreover, it has 2 GB DDR3 SDRAM memory, internal memory 8 or 16 GB and up to 32 GB card reader.

The measuring device measures 160 x 117 x 26 mm and its consumption is estimated between 3-4 W when active, 2 W when idle and 1 W in standby. The Freakbox is now available for pre-order for € 76.99 (£ 233). The estimate is that it is delivered from September.

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