A new Android-powered set-top box has hit the market from a company called EXOON. The set-top box is the XBMC Android TV DUO Pro. The set-top box is powered by a 1.6 GHz Rockchip A9 dual-core processor. The machine also comes with XBMC software preinstalled and runs Android 4.1.1.
The set-top box has 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of integrated storage, and supports full HD resolution video output. Graphics for the machine are handled by a Mali 400 GPU and the box is able to play video games on your big-screen in the living room. The set-top box supports multiple Android applications for streaming video and games including YouTube and others.
Connectivity options for the set-top box include three USB 2.0 ports, an HDMI output, SD card reader, integrated Ethernet port, and integrated Wi-Fi. The box does support external 3G dongle allowing you to stream video using cellular networks. The box also supports Bluetooth connectivity.
Audio outputs include the HDMI 1.4a port and an optical S/PDIF output. The set-top box is available for purchase now at a sale price of $199.99. The device appears to be shaped very much like the Apple TV. The outside of the device appears to be satin black plastic.
[via XBMC Android TV]