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ASUS CUBE V2 with Google TV

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  • Works with existing HDTV and existing cable or satellite system to provide access to the over-the-air TV, Internet content, streaming services and Android apps.
  • Use Voice Search to quickly find what you want on live TV, the web, or on-demand services such as Google Play, Amazon Instant Video, and Netflix.
  • Get 50GB of ASUS Web Storage accessible on your PC and mobile devices.
  • Universal remote with 2-in-1 directional and touchpad, QWERTY keyboard and built-in microphone.
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Technical Details
Brand NameAsus
Item Weight1.1 pounds
Product Dimensions4.9 x 4.9 x 4.9 inches
Item model numberASUS CUBE V2 with Google TV
  
Additional Information
ASINB00EDTR7BO
Shipping Weight3.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableAugust 7, 2013
  
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Product Description

ASUS CUBE with Google TV is a compact Android-based entertainment device that instantly upgrades HDTVs with a wealth of online content. Based on the latest Google TV platform, ASUS CUBE with Google TV is the first Google TV media streamer with motion control and voice search, and features an exclusive ASUS-designed Cube user interface with the unique ability to group downloaded apps for easier management and navigation. Google Play gives instant access to a wide selection of entertainment content, including movies, TV shows, apps and games, and ASUS CUBE with Google TV also features picture-in-picture TV viewing and the sophisticated Chrome web browser. ASUS CUBE with Google TV can also be controlled using the Mobile Remote app for Android smartphones and tablets (available from the Google Play Store). ASUS CUBE with Google TV also includes 50GB of ASUS Web Storage as standard. It has 802.11n Wireless Networking.


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Customer Reviews

If you dont have a job this is the perfect product for you.
A. Ratra
They crammed too many features on the remote, the microphone button on the side is constantly being pressed accidentally.
Dusky the rabbit
Poor user interface (the "Cube layout" is not customizable and very inefficient with space) 6.
L. Wong

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9 of 13 people found the following review helpful By tony atwell on October 8, 2013
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As an avid Google product user, I have personally owned a couple Google TV products. This device is by far the best I have used. With 4 GB of RAM, this has a fast, and seamless user interface. The UI in speaking is a Cube like platform that allows you to organize you apps by Genre and then quickly access those apps without fumbling through an entire list. It allows for customization of the home screen with widgets much like your android phone offers. One of the biggest drawbacks may be the more complicated setup method than the Vizio Co-Star... however, I found it no more complicated than the Logitec Revue. The remote is very nice, with a track pad that also doubles as a four-way navigation pad. On the reverse is a full qwerty keyboard that makes navigation simple. I just ordered a second one of these for my bedroom, I love it that much. And, the best part... The rumored reason this Version 2 was released by ASUS, is because the Jelly Bean platform will be released for Google TV in the coming weeks, and this device is the only one that is built to run it optimally. (Fingers Crossed!)
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6 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Anoo on January 27, 2014
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If you don't have a Google TV device, this one will be fine. Don't pay more than $75 or so, or you'll be mad. When it plays, it plays smoothly. When it doesn't, it's frustrating.

The beauty of this one is very likely in the RAM available, but it's fast. Much faster than my Revue, which this replaced. The HDMI in works like a champ with my Channel Master 7001, but the remote codes were sorely lacking. The Amazon Instant Video app works great, until it doesn't, and the Netflix app is missing the "profiles" that were available as of the last update. The Plex client is tricky, and erratic at connecting to my server (the Logitech Revue, by comparison, worked as soon as it was installed). I've had to reboot this device at least once every day because something stopped working (I suspect memory usage issues, but haven't proven that yet).

It didn't know the CM7001, my Sony STR-DH520, or my Dell projector. The Revue picked them all up out of the box and I was able to use a single remote. I'm back to multiples until I find a universal remote that I like now. The buttons on the side of the remote are sensitive and jump right out at you (bringing up the "voice input" or changing the d-pad to "trackpad mode."). If I can figure out how to get those devices supported with the cool little Asus remote, I'll be glad to take this review up one more star, but the small issues will keep this one out of five star range for sure.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Eric Messenger on December 26, 2013
I think the other bad reviews are just people who are not tech savvy or had no idea what they were buying because this is a good Google TV product and I can actually compare it to my other Google TV products (sony tv, logitech).

I updated my cube v2 to the latest version of Google tv (3.2) and am really hoping they update to 4.2. I had to update all of the Google apps which made a huge difference in performance for apps like Google Play Movies. I have a first gen sony google tv and I can say that the ASUS cube v2 is very responsive and easy to setup. I was unable to find my Dish Hopper and joey when setting up the IR blaster but a quick google search reviled that you can just use Echostar Dish Network System and the integration works just fine, same goes with my sony TV. The voice search works great as does the remote in general. I have not found any glitches or had any issues with it yet and have done everything from rooting it to playing movies, games and watching flash content. I really love this product and honestly it seams to be more capable than any other on the market and is far superior to chromecast. The custom launcher (cube interface) is odd at first but once I understood it I really like it and find it to be very intuitive.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By L. Wong on April 17, 2014
I bought the Asus cube to replace my Logitech Revue unit in my kitchen. While the Revue had the functionality and integration that I was looking for, the hardware was lacking (slow to respond, frequent freezes) and the keyboard was too large for my application. The Cube seemed to be the right performance upgrade for the Revue's shortcomings.

While the speed was a noticeable improvement from the Revue, the functionality is almost cut in half due to the Cube's very poor IR hardware and software integration. Aside from assigning the volume function, the Cube's remote is simply not customizable. Where the IR functionality is the heart of the design (Logitech Revue got it right), Asus' IR functionality was an afterthought. Asus seemed to have focused on features and functions without ever having thought of customer usage scenarios or use cases.

I went through the initial setup upon reciept of the unit and was able to find the exact cable box, tv and sound bar models for IR integration. However, after performing the system update, all of those models dissapeared from the menus. Further indication that many design concepts and software for the Cube was half-baked.

Pros:
1. A fast processor and decent memory management.

Cons:
1. Remote not programmable. I have to keep 3 remotes in the kitchen now (TV, Soundbar and Cube remote)
2. Single, and very weak IR blaster
3. Non-intuitive form factor (you cannot hide it behind a TV, hang it or keep it in a drawer)
4. No more vendor support (running android 3.2)
5. Poor user interface (the "Cube layout" is not customizable and very inefficient with space)
6. A lot of pre-installed junk (a "memory cleaner" app is installed by default.
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