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MiniX NEO X7 Android 4.2 Quad Core Mini PC + Special Infrared Remote Control - from the official MiniX-Reseller, warranty

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  • Extreme Powerful Hardware (Quad Core CPU / 2GB RAM / 16GB ROM)
  • Newest Android 4.2 OS (Jelly Bean) / Full Google Play Store Access
  • External Dual-Band WiFi-antenna 802.11b/g/n (2.4/5 GHz), Bluetooth 4.0, 100 Mbit-LAN
  • 1x HDMI 1.4a / 3x USB 2.0 / 1x Micro-USB / Optical S/PDIF / 2x 3.5mm Audio

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MiniX NEO X7 Android 4.2 Quad Core Mini PC + Special Infrared Remote Control - from the official MiniX-Reseller, warranty + MINIX NEO A2 Wireless Air Mouse w/ Mic & Speaker for MINIX X5 X7 G-Sensor Game
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 17 x 8 cm ; 798 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 839 g
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  • Item model number: Neo X7
  • ASIN: B00E2R0Z3Y
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 21 July 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,485 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Feature:
Quad-Core Media Hub
The MINIX NEO X7 is our first Quad-Core smart media hub based on a Quad-Core ARM Cortex-A9 processor with Quad-Core Mali-400 GPU and the latest Android 4.2.2 OS. The NEO X7 is the flagship device of our MINIX NEO Media Hub series, which further enhances the user experience of its predecessor, the NEO X5.
Product Description:
Processor Quad-Core Cortex A9 Processor (1.6GHz)
GPU Quad-Core Mali 400
Memory 2GB DDR3
Internal Storage 16GB NAND Flash
Wireless Connectivity 802.11 b/g/n Dual-Band Wi-Fi (2.4GHz / 5.0GHz), USB 3G dongle support (not included)
OS AndroidTM Jelly Bean
Video Output HDMITM 1.4a, Full HD 1080p
Audio Output HDMITM 1.4a two channels
Peripheral Interface RJ-45 Ethernet jack (10/00Mbps)
SD/MMC card reader (SD 3.0, MMC V4.41)
USB 2.0 HOST port x 3, Micro-USB OTG port x 1
Headphone Jack, Microphone Jack
IR receiver (built-in, remote included)
Antenna
Power DC 5V, 3A adapter included (CE, FCC, CCC certified)
Supported Video Format AVI/RM/RMVB/MKV/WMV/MOV/MP4/WEBM/DAT(VCD format)
VOB(DVD format)/MPEG/MPG/FLV/ASF/TS/TP/3GP...etc
Supported Audio Format MP3/WMA/WMV/APE/OGG/FLAC/AAC...etc


What's in the box:
- MINIX NEO X7 x 1
- MINIX remote x 1
- 5V Power adapter x 1
- OTG cable x 1
- HDMI cable x 1
- Setup guide x 1

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.9 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By S H SIKDHER on 11 April 2014
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I have been using this a few days now and after a few mods and tweaks it has now replaced my mini itx htpc.
Out of the box it most likely does not have the latest firmware and rom to make the most of the unit.
I went to the minix forums and downloaded and installed one of the custom roms (quickshot v2) and kernels that improved this device immensely.
I now have native 1080p output all the time, the processor, ram and cpu are slightly overclocked and completely stable.
It also has support for dolby digital and dts passthrough through the optical in xbmc media centre so i have true 5.1 audio.
It only consumes about 5w of power compared to about 30w on my htpc.
The remote that comes with it is very basic and not very useful, so make sure you get one of those small wireless rf keyboard/mouse combos, or even use a full sized keyboard and mouse if you want.
Web browsing is pleasant, the text is easy to read, pages download quickly and the unit has flash preinstalled so i was able to watch videos from the browser, although some only work properly when switched to full screen.
I havent played any games on this yet, dont really like mobile games, but this does have support controllers like the xbox 360 controller.
I have this connected to the internet via the ethernet port, now i'm assuming this is because its a low powered device, but my download speeds max at about 35mb on this device, my download speed on my htpc is my full 76mb. My upload speed is the same on both (18mb).
My main use for this device is xbmc fully loaded with every plugin thats remotely useful, and the unit does come preinstalled with xbmc.
The version of xbmc i'm using is a custom minix version that came with the quickshot2 rom.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Gisbourne on 9 Sept. 2013
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First things first... Delivery. I ordered through Amazon partner 'Docas' and it was painfully slow. It took over four weeks for the package to arrive, to the point where I thought it had gone walkabout and was about to demand a refund. Patience is a virtue, so they say (mine almost ran out), and when it did finally arrive, I'm happy to say that I'm extremely pleased so far.

The MiniX arrived reasonably well packaged and unscathed despite the long transit, especially as there was no padding per se. It also appears to be the genuine article (can you even tell these days!?). The quality is good with semi rubberised plastic giving it a good tactile feel and it is also reassuringly weighty without being cumbersome. This is definitely a plus when you have fairly rigid cables attached to it which would move a lighter unit around.

Onto the interesting bit, and this machine really does enable you to have a powerful Android tablet/smart-phone on your TV. The experience is sweetened even further by having all the pros that come with networking it, so DLNA streaming, a decent web browser (Chrome even supports Flash which was a nice surprise) and of course you have access to all your apps. It's also got the Mali GPU in it (same as Galaxy S3), so you can game on it; although at time of writing I've not had chance to test this yet (will edit when I have), but this should also make it into a reasonable gaming console (it appears to support gaming controllers out of the box).

I bought the X7 primarily as a streaming media player and it performs this task admirably. I'm streaming 1080/720P content from my 'server' PC downstairs through a Homeplug network to the bedroom TV and it has in effect made this TV Super Smart!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By mike on 28 April 2014
Firstly it seems like people are buying this without properly researching what it is and how it works. The first thing you should do is look at the price of the device! Don't buy this expecting it to compete with a media center device costing 10x this price as you shouldn't expect it to compete. some issues people have pointed out should be fixed with firmware updates. If the thought of doing firmware updates scares you maybe this device isn't for you.

I have been using this device for 2 weeks now and I must say I like it. I haven't felt the need to root it or upgrade the firmware and apart from a couple of crashes (unrelated to watching media files) I've been happily watching Netflix, BT Sports, I player etc.

I've been in computers for over 30 years professionally but wanted a simple to use device. I looked at the roku and chromecast etc. but found them too restrictive. for the price this is, in my opinion, hands down the best device I've tried for me... but then again I did my research before I bought.

Don't pay for a Ford and expect a Ferrari. especially when a Ford is good enough for most people!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. Andrews on 24 Mar. 2014
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we wanted this for netflix and found it great for other uses so we are very pleased. It has converted our tv to a smart tv very successfully
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Retro B on 10 Sept. 2014
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This is a great bit of kit, the only thing that lets it down is the remote. There are ways around this issue as there are apps for android phones that gives you an easier experience although I’ve not found one for IOS7 yet. The box was easy to set up and I was up and running in about 20mins after installing the updates etc..
If possible I would suggest that you use a wired connection instead of the wireless option as I've found it to be a smother streaming experience, but i suppose its also down to your broadband setup at home too.

I’ve already recommended it to several friends and we all have it at home now so definitely worth getting.
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