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Beelink GS1 6K TV BOX 2GB/16GB Quad-core 64-bit ARM Cortex A53 WiFi 2.4G+5.8G Bluetooth 4.0 Android 7.1 TV Box
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- 1000M Gigabit Ethernet, dual-band WiFi 2.4G / 5.8G and Bluetooth 4.0 technology improve the speed and the performance to a large extent.
- GS1 TV BOX 2GB RAM + 16GB ROM capacity, gives you more space to download your favorite apps to browse websites, play games, watch movies more smoothly.
- Provides the ability to decode video H.265 / HEVC in the format 4K at 60fps or 6K x 4K at 30fps.Be able to cope with the processing of JPEG images with a resolution of up to 65536 x 65536 pixels.
- Beelink GS1 TV BOX runs on the Android 7.1, which is good to use. You can connect to a world of content and entertainment at home with the box.
- A high performance of quad-core Cortex-A53 CPU can play a wide range of games.HDMI 2.0 is a faster way to send video and audio output to your TV.
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Dimensione: 96 x 96 x17mm (L x P x A)
CPU: Quad Core ARM Cortex-A53 CPU fino a 2GHz (DVFS)
GPU: PHigh-performance multi-core GPU Mali T720MP2
RAM: 2GB DDR3
ROM: 16GB EMMC
OS: Android 7.1
Language: Multi -language
WiFi: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, 2.4G+5.8G
Antenna: Built-in antenna for WIFI
Expand Memory: Micro SD Card (Massimo support 32GB)
1000M Gigabit Ethernet, dual-band WiFi 2.4G / 5.8G
Bluetooth 4.0 technology improve the speed and the performance to a large extent
Button & Ports
1* Porta HDMI
1* USB 2.0 Port
1* USB 3.0 Port
1* SPDIF USB Port
1* DC Input
1* Micro SD card slot
1* RJ45 (1000Mbps network connection)
1* Power LED with two - color
1* GS1 TV BOX
1* Remote control
1* HDMI Cable
1* Power Adapter
1* Operations Guide
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-The AMLogic S912 chipset is up to date and very capable - smooth video playback, including 4K, and very good at 3D rendering (games).
-2GB RAM and 16GB storage is sufficient for most uses.
-microSD slot for storage expansion. My 64GB card works flawlessly with this.
-The stock firmware seems smooth, and much less buggy than some I've seen (see below). Minimal pre-installed software - no bloat.
-Beelink, while not a high-end brand, does offer s decent amount of support as well as firmware updates, while lesser brands never reach a stable state.
-This box is very compact, and neither flashy nor bad looking.
-HDMI cable included.
-Includes Google Play Store, for literally thousands (millions?) of app choices.
-Runs Kodi well (or SPMC, a Kodi fork specifically tailored to Android).
-Supports HDR, HEVC.
-Rooted. If you don't know what that means, you don't need to worry about it. (Not the same as "unlocked" or jail-broken, which are generally marketing terms not relevant to Android media boxes.)
-A little pricey. You DO get what you pay for, but a cheaper S905 or S905X-based box will suffice for most people, especially if mainly using Kodi.
-Very *WEAK* Wifi. My old boxes had no trouble in the same location, while this one would only reach 1/2 or 1/4 max speed. Kind of a big deal!
-Surprisingly bad remote control - no playback control buttons (no play/pause, stop, fast forward, rewind). Button presses often do not register.
-No 4K Netflix - I think only boxes with Android TV are supported (Nvidia Shield, Xiaomi Mi Box, Nexus player, maybe a few others.)
-Kodi is not pre-installed. Not hard to do, but Kodi is the main app for most people buying Android boxes.
-While Beelink's support is better than many brands, their website is not great, and their English is poor. Poor forum setup, but helpful users.
Other thoughts, etc.:
-I didn't spend much time troubleshooting the wifi, since a quick search yielded lots of similar complaints. Fortunately I had a spare old Sysco router laying around, so I put it in bridge mode, set it behind my TV, and plugged the GT1 box into it. Wifi problem solved (er, bypassed).
-I prefer the older style interface of SPMC to the current Kodi interface. You lose nothing by going with SPMC instead - same addons, etc.
-The stock launcher is not the worst I've seen but is far from the best. I use Nova Launcher on most Android devices, for its configurability.
-There are at least a couple of custom/third party ROMs available for this box, if you are so inclined. I installed TWRP with a fairly complete version of Android TV (versus the stock regular Android, which is more tailored to phones and tablets). Installation is not difficult.
-There is plenty of chatter online about these boxes getting pretty hot, due to the beefy SoC and lack of a real heatsink, in an unvented box. No problems here, yet.
-Only 2 USB ports. Not a deal breaker, but many boxes have 3. Only USB 2 compliant, no USB 3.0.
-No manual, or even a decent quick-start guide. Not a problem for many of us, but some people are more easily intimidated or inexperienced.
-No video playback problems encountered (yet), unlike my last box, which was a buggy-as-hel1 Rockchip-based box that stuttered all the time.
-I've only had this a few days and have encountered a few frustrating things, but will be keeping it. I wasn't sure whether to give it 3 of 4 stars, since the issues I've encountered are not unsubstantial, but I've been able to work around the weak wifi and crumby remote, with a spare router and a Logitech Harmony remote. These workarounds work but are definitely not ideal. Logitech supports the box but not fully.
-I understand there are multiple versions of this box, with two different wifi chipsets. I have no idea if the others are still available (I think they're older?), or if they're any better.
Overall, this is a big upgrade over my last box, a generic Rockchip box stuck on Android 4.4, which never got a single firmware update. If you are sure you want an S912 box this is a solid option, but if you will mainly be streaming video a cheaper S905X box is probably worth considering, including the Beelink ones available here. Not THE best box, but I'm both picky and somewhat demanding, and I'll stick with this for a while. My other main option was the Nvidia Shiled, which is excellent but nearly 3X the price.
It crashes/freezes 1 or 2 times a day! I was in a hurry at the time, and did not read all the reviews carefully. Others reported it freezes after a while, and you have to pull the power cord and restart every thing. I'll be returning this Monday. Should have stick with Idroidnation!
30-Jul-2017: Based in customer comments here, I did a factory reset by inserting a paperclip in the reset hole underneath. After that, I went to the playstore and re-install Kodi. I installed my IPTV service add-ons, added my local media, and the only other add-ons I used were from the official Kodi team repos. That seems to have fixed the problem with the box freezing/crashing. It has been running flawlessly for the past 2.5 days. I'm adding in other add-ons one by one to see if and when a problem occurs. I'll reconsider my rating then.
Well it's been a while now, and the box has worked flawlessly since I did the factory reset and reinstalled. Four stars for that. Others can rate five stars if the seller takes note and performs these steps before shipping the boxes out. It would sure save customers frustration.
And, incidentally, both the Beelink and the Roku I was comparing it with were on the same wired Ethernet LAN, running at 1Gbps. I have very fast Internet (in excess of 300 Mbps down, 20 Mbps up), and was not using wi-fi, so this truly was an apples-to-apples comparison. It's possible that I was a victim of Beelink quality control and just received a faulty unit, but I doubt it.