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TV01II TV BOX

TV01II Android Media Player with Rockchip RK3288 Processor

TV01II specifications: SoC –  Rockchip RK3288 quad core ARM Cortex A17 processor @ 1.8GHz with ARM Mali-T764 quad-core 3D GPU with support for OpenGL ES 3.0, OpenCL 1.1, and DirectX11 System Memory – 2GB DDR3 Storage – 8GB NAND Flash + micro SD slot Video

rikomagic mk80

Rikomagic introduces TV boxes with Allwinner A80, Amlogic S812 chips

Rikomagic recently launched the MK902 II Android PC/TV box with a speedy Rockchip RK3288 quad-core processor. Now the company has a few new models featuring different chips. The Rikomagic MK80 TV box has an Allwinner A80 octa-core processor, while the MK12 has an Amlogic S812 chip. All

Rikomagic V5 TV stick has 802.11ac WiFi and Ethernet

Rikomagic’s latest TV stick is a bit chunky, but that’s because in addition to two full-sized USB ports, a microSD card slot, an HDMI connector, WiFi and Bluetooth, the Rikomagic V5 has a Ethernet jack. There are plenty of other sticks like the Rikomagic V5 that

rikomagic MK902II LE

MK902 II LE is a tiny Ubuntu PC with a Rockchip RK3288 CPU

Rikomagic launched a new TV box with a Rockchip RK3288 processor and Google Android software this summer. It’s called the MK902 II and I’ve got one sitting on my desk waiting for me to find the time to put it through the paces. While the

Tronsmart Orion R28

Tronsmart Orion R28 Android box sports RK3288 CPU, up to 4GB of RAM

Tronsmart’s next Android-powered TV box will be the company’s first model to feature a Rockchip RK3288 ARM Cortex-A17 processor. But that’s not the only thing that will make Tronsmart Orion R28 unusual. The company also plans to offer a model of this tiny computer/media streamer with 4GB of

MK902II

Rikomagic MK902II RK3288 TV box shipping mid August

The first Rockchip RK3288 Quad-core tablet devices has been shipping for weeks now, but non of the Android TV box models has been released yet. Rikomagic is one of the first and well known brands producing Android TV boxes, mini PCs and TV sticks. The