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Mini iMito MX1 Android 4.1 Jenny Bean Google TV Box HD IPTV Player PC Rockchip RK3066 1G DDR3 1.6Ghz Cortex A9 (Silver)

by iMito
30 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
  • ASIN: B009YDOMMQ
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #96,815 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 29, 2012
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Savvas on December 6, 2012
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This is a nice little device. It came in yesterday and I quickly flashed in a new ROM (Finless ROM 1.4 from freaktab.com). I also installed Droidmote to control it via my Samsung Galaxy S3. So far everything has been working quite well. No issues with wifi or anything of that sort.
It is pretty neat to have Android Jelly Bean running on my TV. The devices main use will be as a HTTPC. I've already installed Netflix, HBO GO, Crackle, and XBMC.

This is my first experience with XBMC and all I have to say is that (besides for the lack of 720p and 1080p playback) it has been a great app for streaming online content. There are already quite a number of video add-ons that you can download and enable through XBMC. However I do suggest downloading the Navi-X add-on (which you must do by downloading it through the browser and navi-x website not within the XBMC app).

I was thinking of ordering this or the Minix Neo G4, but at the time only this device had Amazon Prime 2-day shipping, so I went with this. However Minix neo G4 is now available with Amazon Prime and in my opinion it is the superior device as it comes with its own remote with a power button which allows you to power off/on the device, an important feature the MX1 lacks. The only way to power it on/off with the stock ROM is to plug and unplug the device.

For anyone looking at this device or other android minipc's I suggest visiting freaktab.com and [...] to get more info and insight on these devices.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Wally Asti on January 10, 2013
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Just got and tried this out. No problems with HDMI, video and sound are fine. Plugged in a USB wireless iomedia keyboard/trackball combination that worked fine.

BUT I am getting problems with WiFi. Seems to drop the connection frequently (signal strength is 'excellent'). In particular it seems to stop working when switching from one app to another. For example, if I am watching a Netflix movie and then switch to the browser. The problem seems to occur with my dlink 802.11n router. But not with an older linksys 802.11g router.

However the issue must be with this device. We have a vast array of devices in the house that use wifi: phones, tablets, several pcs, tvs, blu ray players etc etc. This is the only device exhibiting wifi problems.

Poor or non-working wifi is a deal killer. If I can't fix it, its going back. If anyone knows of any fixes out there, please post a comment.

Update:

PS I did find that by using an extension hdmi cable (included) and allowing the device to dangle, rather then be plugged in right behind the monitor, improved the wifi signal.

Also I ordered the bobjgear usb to ethernet adapter from Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007RTACDM/ref=oh_details_o03_s00_i00 and now have good fast connections.

But really, devices like this all seem to suffer from wifi issues - which is the one function that most customers will want to work perfectly or the device is useless. Why don't the manufacturers get that?
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Manoli on December 7, 2012
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I've only had the imito one day so; this review should be tempered with the fact that one day does not mean how it will hold up. We bought the imito for my wifes dad who has spent far too many years on the old windows Web TV. I got it up and running to make sure everything was okay before surprising him with it at Christmas. Once up and running, this little product stunned my wife and myself. Its fast and efficient and does everything my Nexus 7 does and, some things better. If youre used to Google/Android, its a piece of cake.
I ordered the Logitech Key board and its a great little keyboard for the money. Some keys do not work as its 2 different companies systems melding together but, the vast majority of functions work very well.
This paragraph maybe the most important one. After hunting and pecking I settled on "Geek Buying" because Amazon warehouses the imito here in the states as well as housing the logitech keyboard. It will save you a ton of time to make sure to be aware of where the product ships from. I had both units in a few days.
Also... the manuals are Spartan at best. The logitech keyboards, (range extender), plugs into the imito, not the TV. The imioto picks up our router, which is upstairs, with no problem and like another reviewer has said... the imito runs slightly above skin temerature.
If your concerned about where the imito is made, (China), Google has contracted with a Taiwanese company to produce this type of product. No telling when it will get here and, I'm pretty sure the Google endorsed product will be based on the imito.
I dont normally review a product but, this one merited a review because its a very good product. Compared to all others I have been researching... its the best. I hope this review helps you.
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I ordered this and once I recieved it had serious doubts that it was a actual IMITO MX1 as stated by the seller.After doing quite a bit of reading about the devices online and in forums speficic to the Imito and android tv sticks ran across several posts by people who have bought from this seller also and also had serious doubts about its authenticity ....

I searched extensively in the forums for hours on end and finally concluded from the forums and descriptions of the pcb colors and firmware that Imitos come from the factory with installed and concluded that it was a clone not a actually brand name Imito .

I contacted amazon customer service since this seller has not provided a contact link and we reached a agreement on resolving this and I wrote a negative review about the product .

The seller contacted me after I posted the review and stated that even though it has no Imito logo that is is the same and that the Imito is made by numerous different companies in china . After many emails in which I pointed out that it was not a Imito and the differences I had found he asked me if I would remove the negative review I had made and I relented and agreed to do so .

I kept the unit I had purchased from the seller and ordered a Imito from a seller known to be a Imito dealer and who is on the forums regular and that works with people in the US that make custom roms for many devices of this type and who supplies the stock firmware codes from the manufacturer for Imito owners

I ordered a Imito mx1 from this dealer to compare with the product I recieved from this seller just so that I could compare the two .....
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