JUSTOP T95 Quad Core Android 6.0 TV Box Marshmallow Ultra HD 4K / 1080P Out 3D Graphics Built-in 802.11N WiFi And Fast Ethernet
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- Android 6.0 system; 8GB NAND Flash, Miracast, Google Chrome Browser; Google TV; Network TV Channels; Internet Radio;
- Full HD 1080p Media streamer, could play almost all the media files you downloaded from internet, support subtitles
- Play media files directly from USB drive,SATA drive or SDHC cards, NAS, Network servers, Network computers, DLNA/UPNP devices
- Miracast, online OTA update, full one year UK warranty
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Bring your home entertainment to a new level with the Droibox T95 Quad Core Smart TV Player. This aluminimun Android powered player incorporates cutting-edge Amlogic Quad Core CPU for smooth Full HD video playback, Android 6.0 OS that refresh your user experience. Embrace a new world of endless fun and joy with the support for online stream Video / Audio / Radio / TV, which made easier with WiFi connectivity. HDMI and AV output connectors make this unit work well with the state of the art and old time display equipment. The simple, compact design can perfectly fit your home theater with sleek elegance.
- OS: Android 6.0
- CPU: Amlogic S805 Quad Core 1.5ghz x4
- RAM: 1GB DDR3
- GPU: Mali450 Quad Core 2D / 3D
- Internal Storage: 8GB NAND Flash
- Internet: Wireless 802.11B/G/N; RJ45
- Expansion: Micro SD card slot, up to 64GB
- USB: 2x USB 2.0 data, support external hard drive
- Google Play Store installed
- Andriod APPs: thousands of app available from play store
- Special Apps:Google Play store, Aptoide, Netflix
- AV Ports: HDMI, AV Composite
- CE,FCC,ROSH PASSED
* Some applications may require wireless mouse/air mouse
- JUSTOP T95 Smart TV Box
- HDMI Cable
- Remote Control
- User Manual
- UK Power Adapter
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It's a smart little unit, comes with everything you need to get started. Got it plugged into my TV via a HDMI cable and fired it up. Runs Android 4 and you can either use the standard interface or the big button interface this comes with. Has a couple of USB ports on and worked without a problem with the Logitech K400 Cordless Keyboard Black with Touchpad German Layout QWERTZ which was made general setup much easier than using the included IR remote. Incidentally you can use the Doctor Who Universal Remote on this, which makes for a rather impressive display of geekyness to anyone that visits!
It's not that fast a unit, so the menus are a little sluggish. But once you get where you need to go it's fine. I got everything set up without many issues, worked with Netflix, the main application I wanted, and the included file browser allowed me to view files (filmes/TV shows/photos/music) on my NAS drive without any issues. A word of warning, you can't always get the apps you want from the play store, so for Netflix I had to download the install package myself. Not an issue if you're use to this sort of thing, but potentially very confusing if you've not done this before.
I was really pleased with this for the price, but unfortunately ended up returning it. For reasons I never managed to figure out it kept dropping the wifi signal during video playback. Would have no problems viewing websites, but the moment something like Netflix or YouTube was fired up the wifi signal kept dropping.
The seller did attempts to help, suggesting a firmware upgrade. In the end I returned it and use my Asus EeePad Transformer Prime TF201 10.1 inch Tablet with Keyboard/Dock - Grey (Nvidia Tegra 3 Quad Core 1.3GHz, RAM 1GB, Storage 32GB eMMC, WLAN, BT, Webcam, Android 3.2) for streaming instead.
If you can wire this into your network I imagine it would be brilliant, a pity this option wasn't possible for me. Perhaps I just had a faulty unit, I would say give this a go and test it ASAP.
I was wary about buying this box. I liked the spec compared to the others but I've seen a few Android "Smart TV" boxes, and some have been so slow as to be almost useless. After a while of dithering, I just went ahead and bought it. When it came I was very pleasantly surprised.
The remote is perfectly usable, but some apps might be a bit trickier, especially games. The wireless keyboard (with trackpad) that comes with this is just perfect for it and any issues disappear. Even keeping in mind Android is really meant for phones (and getting better for tablets), and not as a media player; if you want a smart TV box, or just some streaming services on your TV you can't go far wrong with this little gem... as long as you know a few tricks. People who don't know anything about computers and just want Netflix "just to work", maybe should think about a much more expensive smart TV box.
Android Market! When run, it immediately upgraded itself to Google Play. This is a HUGE plus. I've seen Android devices with alternative markets, or no market at all, and had to resort to trawling the internet for apk files to install. Even when given the proper market, sometimes you're limited only to a handful of fairly useless apps when the thing can do much more. This can download and use almost all of them, with some weird exceptions that I'll go into later.
Usable flash: Adobe Flash is difficult for these little boxes to do, and often doesn't work at all. Not this one. It can play BBC iPlayer, ITV player, YouTube and play flash animations easily. It can even handle HD flash on iPlayer, if with some sync lag.
Usable out of the box: it comes with a good video player, file manager (supports Windows networks), music player and a few other things like maps and gmail. Also comes with its own launcher, that's much easier to use with a remote than the default Android one (which is also installed if you prefer it).
Games all work: I haven't tried many games, but Angry birds works fine, and they're all installable. 3D is fast and usable.
High Definition: I threw 1080p mkv files at it from across wifi, the hardest test I know. It handled them like a champ. That in itself is worth the price, even if you're not interested in Android apps.
Impressive hardware: it has a good A10 CPU, a healthy amount of RAM and storage, HDMI, and very fast wireless N wifi. It can output 1080p, even 1080p/24. It's just a little thing about the size of the palm of your hand, doesn't get hot, and is totally silent.
Slightly sluggish browsing. A LOT faster than most sub-£100 Android devices though and definitely usable.
Startup: not sure if it hibernates or reboots when you shut it down with the remote, but it takes about 10-15 seconds to wake up again. It may actually just be booting. This isn't at all long, but maybe longer than it could be.
Strange app "compatibilities". Some apps, just a few, that obviously work can't be installed from Market. You can get around Google Play's dumbness but it's nicer to have regular updates and not rely on dodgy app sources. I would mark the box down a star for this, but this is Google's fault, and to be honest the other features and price kinda make up for it. (NOTE: From writing this original review, both BBC iPlayer and Netflix WILL install from the Market.)
Working apps I've tried (* means you can't get from the market, but they work): Adobe Reader, Amazon Kindle, BBC News, Daily Mail, Dropbox, Google Earth, ES File Explorer, Facebook, FBReader, Skype, FilmOn, Firefox, Opera, TVCatchup, ITV Player*, Chrome*, STV Player, SlingPlayer, YouTube, Xiia live, WattPad, BBC iPlayer. Many, many more are downloadable and many that aren't work if you can find the apk files. Don't pirate them please.
Some, but not a lot, of flash videos don't work. They'll crash the browser or app. These are usually HD ones. So far, I've only met two. Upgrading flash on this box is possible but NOT recommended as what you get might be less optimised and slower.
All in all, I'm very happy with this Android box. Great value. Top marks.
Addendum: I wrote this review a year ago and I've just recently looked back and seen people are having bad experiences. Things have moved on a LOT in the Android world, and this hardware is now quite old and I'm sure you can get better. I got a promotional keyboard along with mine (which isn't now bundled) which I consider essential to use some apps - especially Netflix. I've never had a single problem with my box. It uses hardware decoding so its (now really behind the times) A10 CPU is almost irrelevant, because it just handles anything up to Blueray rips. It has AC3 and DTS hw decoders built in so you don't need to care that these are being removed from Android players due to licensing issues. I stream 1080p files across Windows networking using the file manager and player that came pre-installed (you NEED a Wifi N router for this - G isn't fast enough!) I use Netflix and while it's slow picking the movie it plays with only the very occasional glitch. I even play the Bard's Tale on it, one of the largest (in size) games for Android! If anything, my experience has improved as the apps improve in both compatibility with it and as Android apps catch up with iOS. I'm not lying about any of this and I don't work for the seller - check out my other reviews if you like.
BUT: obviously a lot of people aren't having the same experience so I would urge caution in now picking this box, and send it back if you have problems. Maybe the version has changed or the firmware has. All I can say is, the version THAT I HAVE has no problems whatsoever. My kernel version: Mon Oct 8 11:14:11 CST 2012. Your milage may vary! If in doubt, don't get it.
the reason i chose the one with lan port rather than the one conceting to HDMI port and wifi is because my HD, Wifi router are next to each other and i thought that lan is faster than wifi.
So, i connected the cable and it works, a bit slow, but it does.
However, installing utorrent and trying to download some data, i had to connect to internet via wifi, so the lan port is useless for me now.
I live in Skopje, Macedonia, so i dont have access to netflix or other similar providers, so i cannot share experience regarding streaming.
Still i gave a 4 starts because it is cheap, connects to internet, my kids are enjoying youtube on big screen, and opens all kinds of video formats.
you will need to do some googling about a better photo application, so that you have a nice slide show from your photos.
If you want to do internet browsing, buy a tablet or a laptop.
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