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Beelink MiniMXIII TV Box 1000M LAN - EU PLUG BLACK 4K H.265 Amlogic S905 Quad Core 64-bit WiFi Bluetooth HDMI Support AirPlay DLNA, £29.93 With Code @ Gearbest

£29.93 @ GearBest
*Ebay option UK plug back in stock* Code Ebxmb takes it to £29.93. Please see Post #1 for an older discussion thread about the Beelink MiniMXIII. *See Post #10 to get it £5 cheaper from ebay - t…
louiselouise Avatar
10m, 3d agoFound 10 months, 3 days ago
*Ebay option UK plug back in stock*

Code Ebxmb takes it to £29.93. Please see Post #1 for an older discussion thread about the Beelink MiniMXIII.

*See Post #10 to get it £5 cheaper from ebay - thanks to smallclone*

Looking for more than just a simple streaming box? The Beelink MiniMXIII TV Box does it all. Running the full Android 5.1 OS gives you the ability to run virtually any Android APP on your TV. The powerful Amlogic S905 Quad Core 64-bit ARM Cortex-A53 processor with the Penta-core ARM Mali-450 graphics engine provides stellar performance for high definition video playback. KODI runs smoothly with 4K x 2K hardware decoding from local media and your favorite KODI streaming add-ons. Enjoy high performance HD streaming from the internet and local media to your TV from now on!

Main Features:

● KODI supported: KODI can be used to play almost all popular audio and video formats.
● Android 5.1 OS: Rapid and stable, gives you access to over 800,000 apps including Facebook, Youtube, Picasa and more.
● Professional H.265 video decoding technology and 2.4G WiFi, offering a more stable WiFi signal to enjoy a higher quality video experience.
● 2GB DDR3 RAM + 16GB eMMC ROM, 32GB maximum extended capacity gives you more space to download your favorite apps and caches to browse websites, play games, run apps, watch movies more smoothly.
● Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity: Easy pairing with most Bluetooth-enabled devices (computer, mobile phone, keyboard, and others).
● HDMI 2.0 connector: You can go directly to let your TV and Beelink MiniMXIII are connected through a HDMI cable and set up your home cinema for the best 4K x 2K HD multimedia experience.
● AirPlay, DLNA, Miracast and SMB supported: Streams your video / music / photo from your Android or iOS devices through AirPlay, DLNA, Miracast, and allows users to screen cast through MiniMXIII onto big screen.
● OTA: Over The Air, permanently free to upgrade the firmware.
● Two USB host ports: Connect with your mouse and keyboard to help you operate more convenient.
● Infrared remote control let you enjoy your wonderful life which the wireless brings to you.
● We have 3 different power adapter optional: US plug, EU plug, UK plug.

●Notice: The first sale of the product will be shipped after May 5th.

(from the ebay listing)
Decoder Format: H.264,H.265
Video format: 1080P,4K,4K x 2K,AVI,DAT,H.264,H.265,MOV,MP4,MPEG,RM,WMV
Audio format: AAC,FLAC,MP3,OGG,RM,WMA
Photo Format: BMP,GIF,JPEG,JPG,PNG
Support XBMC: Yes
WIFI: IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
Power Supply: Charge Adapter
Interface: DC Power Port,HDMI,LAN,Micro SD Card Slot,SPDIF,USB2.0
Certificate: CCC,CE,FCC
Power Type: External Power Adapter Mode
Power Adapter Input: 100-240V / 50-60Hz
Power Adapter Output: 5V 2A
Package weight: 0.458 kg
Product size (L x W x H): 9.60 x 9.60 x 1.60 cm / 3.78 x 3.78 x 0.63 inches
Package size (L x W x H): 15.50 x 10.00 x 7.35 cm / 6.1 x 3.94 x 2.89 inches
Package Contents: 1 x TV Box, 1 x Power Adapter, 1 x HDMI Cable, 1 x Remote Controller, 1 x English Manual
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bought this for £24 from ebay with tracking last week, not touching gearbeast after screwed couple of orders and offered peanuts. If noob, stick SPMC or other flavour of kodi with many easy good addons. Got this for bedroom replacement, good bits:

# 2GB RAM, usually 1GB for this price range, you do not want to go back to 1GB like it was 2014
# 16GB internal flash storage, usually 8GB for this price
# Good(ish) name and build compared to 90+% of boxes, not hundreds of clones and skimmed clones of clones.
# Good cpu for the price
# Most boxes are basically dead OS wise and since there hundreds coming out now, custom ROM devs have basically stopped doing most boxes, what they do they often abandon as another box comes out next month. This is one of the few makers out of hundreds who does OTA (Over The Air: wifi or ethernet) OS updates. I believe for this box they already done 4. They also started a website and forum.

Once I get mine, might start an owners thread with links to resources for others. If someone starts an owners thread, I'll post there.

The next kodi is out as beta nightlies with new great interface.

The next generation of CPU from Amlogic is out due this summer but will be pricey in a few boxes till later with more, probably drop by January 2017 with some boxes to a good level. It is the S912 chip and it is totally reworking the architecture. It will be outstanding and cheap(ish), might get a S912 box in Jan 2017 for about for about £70 range, nearer a £90-100 probably this autumn at launch for the few launch boxes.
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You get the tracking number from eBay listing, in myebay summary too, check and track on http://www.aftership.com . Takes a few days for it to appear, gives you a few possible couriers, once you know which after a few days, can bookmark it.

If by Chinapost and most other Chinese couriers, once in UK, can track on royal mail track_details page.
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I control my own Addons but for New people as well as experiences kodi users I recommend installing the wookie flavour of spmc DBO187 linked on this page. You can watch easily lots of stuff.

Chromecast to be ditched? No, different beast, has it's own uses, fast YouTube etc. As does chromecast audio. Might want to get a remote controlled hdmi switcher box for tv, about a fiver on eBay, to switch inputs to the tv fast.

Remote control: For setting up android, Kodi etc I use a wireless flat pc mouse, couple of quid from eBay, get the fatter bulgy older flat mouse, tis good quality.

I've been using the vertical skin on Kodi for nearly 4 years. Was abandoned for a while and persuaded the dev to resume. with vertical can use basic minimal remotes such as the one shipped with this box, not mouse or airmouse or controller. And it's much much faster and easier to control Kodi with vertical skins. And now everyone realized what I been saying for four years, next Kodi skin by default is vertical. No more trying to hunt down the hotspot on the silly horizontal control strip, and then trying to drag it left or right. Unbelievable crap that lasted for years. I rarely use my expensive remote airmouse / keyboard

Game controller? Could go for a Tronsmart go1 controller on Amazon for about £12. Functions as mouse/airmouse too. T3 game controller is basically the same for about £6-9 on eBay.com (not .uk). Got a T3 there last week for £4 but sold out fast.

This box is New from a good(ish) New maker which do a range actually. This is the cheaper small cute model in their line up. Reviews and feedback has been good so far as opposed to most other hundreds of budget boxes, except a handful of more pricey quality names. It does not have a switch button or light. You can buy a remote controlled power plug on eBay for a few quid which can be used for other things too.

EBay seller others listed here seems to have stock left. These were £32+ till last Thursday, then a couple of big tv box sellers dropped the price to £24 but sold out fast, now one has stock again but running out again. If it sells out, search eBay.com for it and sort by cheapest every few days. If you see a seller on eBay selling android tv boxes for silly prices, they are a scam. Usually less than 300 feedbacks, been selling dollar tat (as seen in feedback) and suddenly selling electronics for less than factory gate prices. You'll get your money back after a couple of months when they get banned, but waste of time. EBay Seller linked in this thread by others is legit.

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#1
Code Ebxmb takes it to £29.93. From promo email http://www.gearbest.com/mail/2016/GT0519.html

Older discussion thread on this here http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/beelink-minimxiii-pre-order-flash-sale-31-23-gearbest-2434020

Review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmMDdK7uAnE


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1 Like #4
still waiting for mine :(

big bonus - device is rooted out of the box!
#5
Code Ebxmb takes it to £29.93. From promo email http://www.gearbest.com/mail/2016/GT0519.html
Lol. "Discount" code adds about £5 to the base price of £31 then deducts about £6. Still, it's better than other way round !
The code only works with the EU Plug option, but I'd assume you could maybe ask them to supply a UK plug at Checkout?
#6
Code Ebxmb takes it to £29.93. From promo email http://www.gearbest.com/mail/2016/GT0519.html
Lol. "Discount" code adds about £5 to the base price of £31 then deducts about £6. Still, it's better than other way round !
Shame it doesn't work on the UK plug option.
#7
Is there one which is 5ghz wifi?

What is the bottleneck of this one va a slightly higher model?
2 Likes #8
Had mine around 1 week, first Android box & very impressed - I installed Wookie build and Realdebrid great.
1 Like #9
This or the mxq pro+ ?
#11
Excellent! Baby brother has been humming and hawing, can see him buying one now. I'm tempted myself but I've never figured out Kodi - put it on both my PC and Android phone but find myself constantly searching for streams.
#12
cracking little box for the money
#13
I have a non-Android Sony Smart TV (the model before the Android editions) so I kinda have one now - went for it.

I'm sure I'll unravel the mysteries of Kodi if I'm determined enough :p
8 Likes #14
bought this for £24 from ebay with tracking last week, not touching gearbeast after screwed couple of orders and offered peanuts. If noob, stick SPMC or other flavour of kodi with many easy good addons. Got this for bedroom replacement, good bits:

# 2GB RAM, usually 1GB for this price range, you do not want to go back to 1GB like it was 2014
# 16GB internal flash storage, usually 8GB for this price
# Good(ish) name and build compared to 90+% of boxes, not hundreds of clones and skimmed clones of clones.
# Good cpu for the price
# Most boxes are basically dead OS wise and since there hundreds coming out now, custom ROM devs have basically stopped doing most boxes, what they do they often abandon as another box comes out next month. This is one of the few makers out of hundreds who does OTA (Over The Air: wifi or ethernet) OS updates. I believe for this box they already done 4. They also started a website and forum.

Once I get mine, might start an owners thread with links to resources for others. If someone starts an owners thread, I'll post there.

The next kodi is out as beta nightlies with new great interface.

The next generation of CPU from Amlogic is out due this summer but will be pricey in a few boxes till later with more, probably drop by January 2017 with some boxes to a good level. It is the S912 chip and it is totally reworking the architecture. It will be outstanding and cheap(ish), might get a S912 box in Jan 2017 for about for about £70 range, nearer a £90-100 probably this autumn at launch for the few launch boxes.
1 Like #15
This or the Sumvision or MX4+
#16
are there any kodi boxes that will let you install a 2.5 internal hard drive, inside the box itself rather than a usb hd or stick for an over all media player experience
1 Like #17
are there any kodi boxes that will let you install a 2.5 internal hard drive, inside the box itself rather than a usb hd or stick for an over all media player experience
Yeah - there are a few but you have to pay a premium. The T8-S for example:

http://www.zoomtak.net/pro_detail.asp?bid=35&tid=35&sid=35&id=54

https://droidbox.co.uk/droidbox-t8s-plus-dualboot-android-openelec-4k-amlogic-s812.html
1 Like #18
are there any kodi boxes that will let you install a 2.5 internal hard drive, inside the box itself rather than a usb hd or stick for an over all media player experience
I can't see how you could possibly fit a 2.5" HDD in to this little Media player !!
It shows the size of the media player above.Paul Daniels would have struggled.

Which is why he asked if there were any that did. Pretty clear this one doesn't.

There are some out there with built in bays. Guy at work was asking if I'd seen these ones before:

https://droidbox.co.uk/choose-your-droidbox.html

... some of which do have a built in bay. You pay a premium for it compared to the ones direct from China tho ....

(*EDIT* .... lol .... beaten to it by a minute!)

Edited By: sancheez on May 24, 2016 07:45
#19
Trying to trade on the Minix name I guess, which is an official sponsor of Kodi and gets regular updates. I imagine support for this going forward would be minimal
1 Like #20
are there any kodi boxes that will let you install a 2.5 internal hard drive, inside the box itself rather than a usb hd or stick for an over all media player experience

Tronsmart T95 has sata port on the side so you could fit one externally (and is a well supported box)
1 Like #21
Hi all

Could I use this for an IPTV box?

Thanks
#22
I think the eBay ones have gone :-(
#23
Ordered this deal when it was on a few weeks back, really good box annoying about the Plug but its simple to replace with another , Installed the Wookie Wizard build via a USB stick and it works perfectly, fully updated links for streaming including UK Turks for Live TV, Docs, Movies Etc, Phoenix for the latest movies and Exodus for TV shows, Exodus canlink to your |IMDB account too so no need to search for links just add via imdb and you can watch what you want when you want, there are tons more apps but to be honest i never need to venture past those 3 http://wookiespmc.com/
#24
Gone for this, can you output airplay video too this or is it just audio from ios 9 ?
1 Like #25

A little gutted I paid about £32 for the first release of these on Gearbest now, ah well good excuse to buy another :)
#26


​Indeed. but I would steer clear of gearbest.
#27
Just ordered via ebay link.
Now have a few weeks to do some research on using it now before it arrives.
Heat added
#28
This seems to be indicating it has HEVC 10 bit support - can anyone confirm / comment on how playback is? I've got a box that supports HEVC but only at 8 bit, and of course I've since found that 99% of HEVC videos are encoded 10 bit...
#29
Would this retire my Chromecast or prove to be a worthy add-on next to it?
What might be a decent controller if my GF wanted a lounge browser/games machine (which I assume this will be perfectly capable of)?
#30
4k netflix? Hdr support? Hdcp 2.2?
#31
4k netflix? Hdr support? Hdcp 2.2?

I really doubt you can get even HD Netflix on this. Netflix have approved only a very small no of streaming devices e.g. Fire TV/stick, Roku, Chromecast) and tablets for serving up their HD streams on. Anything not pre-approved will get only SD:
http://www.digitaltrends.com/home-theater/why-android-and-other-devices-cant-stream-hd-netflix/#:VhDVKH0P6oKb7A

As for Ultra HD the list is even more rarefied - copied today from their website:
Nvidia Shield
Roku 4
TiVo Bolt
Amazon Fire TV (New Version)
British Telecom - BT DTRT-4000
Air 7410X (Waoo! in Denmark)
Sagem 4K (Totalplay in Mexico)
Dish Hopper 3
Orange Livebox Play 4
More devices coming soon!

So this box is more than capable of playing a 4K stream and may even have the right HDMI credentials etc, but Netflix simply won't care.
3 Likes #32
I think the eBay ones have gone :-(
See Post #41, not sure what the EU plug is like with the Beelink, you may need a EU to UK plug in adaptor instead?

EU plug option still on sale :)

EU plug will still work, just put an adapter over it. £1.49 from Red Apple Audio in the UK http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B000NJ30QO/ref=dp_olp_new_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=new

Fits like this and screws in (takes a UK fuse of course)
https://www.euronetwork.co.uk/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/500x500/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/e/c/ecp_b_03.jpg

Edited By: louiselouise on May 24, 2016 22:51: a
#33
Just a word of advice - pay through PayPal - my unit lasted 2 hours before it became non-operational and it was easy to raise a PayPal complaint which seemed to get noticed by Gearbest a lot quicker (since then I got a good unit from Ebay with warranty)
#34
Anyone recommend a good dedicated remote that can be used with this box?
#35
Anyone recommend a good dedicated remote that can be used with this box?

Do you need something specific? I ask as it does say in the description it comes with a remote (though there are no photos so who knows what it is like?)
#36
Anyone recommend a good dedicated remote that can be used with this box?
Do you need something specific? I ask as it does say in the description it comes with a remote (though there are no photos so who knows what it is like?)
I was going to say that but thought it'd sound a bit ar$ey. Maybe means a Harmony remote or suchlike.

Not the greatest, but at around 0:58 and 3:25 you can see the remote here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-EqIHXHDB4
#37
louiselouise
Maybe means a Harmony remote or suchlike.

I thought maybe that, but if that is the case you really do need to know their requirements first.

That remote looks barely more than a Roku remote, ample for just the main menu and Kodi, no good for non-media apps I wouldn't expect. Apparently Unified Remote are working on the ability to control one Android device with another, if they release that in an update soon then that could be a very good option for something like this.


Edited By: nige182 on May 24, 2016 11:23
5 Likes #38
I control my own Addons but for New people as well as experiences kodi users I recommend installing the wookie flavour of spmc DBO187 linked on this page. You can watch easily lots of stuff.

Chromecast to be ditched? No, different beast, has it's own uses, fast YouTube etc. As does chromecast audio. Might want to get a remote controlled hdmi switcher box for tv, about a fiver on eBay, to switch inputs to the tv fast.

Remote control: For setting up android, Kodi etc I use a wireless flat pc mouse, couple of quid from eBay, get the fatter bulgy older flat mouse, tis good quality.

I've been using the vertical skin on Kodi for nearly 4 years. Was abandoned for a while and persuaded the dev to resume. with vertical can use basic minimal remotes such as the one shipped with this box, not mouse or airmouse or controller. And it's much much faster and easier to control Kodi with vertical skins. And now everyone realized what I been saying for four years, next Kodi skin by default is vertical. No more trying to hunt down the hotspot on the silly horizontal control strip, and then trying to drag it left or right. Unbelievable crap that lasted for years. I rarely use my expensive remote airmouse / keyboard

Game controller? Could go for a Tronsmart go1 controller on Amazon for about £12. Functions as mouse/airmouse too. T3 game controller is basically the same for about £6-9 on eBay.com (not .uk). Got a T3 there last week for £4 but sold out fast.

This box is New from a good(ish) New maker which do a range actually. This is the cheaper small cute model in their line up. Reviews and feedback has been good so far as opposed to most other hundreds of budget boxes, except a handful of more pricey quality names. It does not have a switch button or light. You can buy a remote controlled power plug on eBay for a few quid which can be used for other things too.

EBay seller others listed here seems to have stock left. These were £32+ till last Thursday, then a couple of big tv box sellers dropped the price to £24 but sold out fast, now one has stock again but running out again. If it sells out, search eBay.com for it and sort by cheapest every few days. If you see a seller on eBay selling android tv boxes for silly prices, they are a scam. Usually less than 300 feedbacks, been selling dollar tat (as seen in feedback) and suddenly selling electronics for less than factory gate prices. You'll get your money back after a couple of months when they get banned, but waste of time. EBay Seller linked in this thread by others is legit.
#39
What's the advantage of buying more expensive boxes at 60 to 90 pounds...?
1 Like #40
What's the advantage of buying more expensive boxes at 60 to 90 pounds...?

Hardware that has been improved, soak tested and works well (e.g. Wifi reception on Minix boxes due to the massive antenna), software optimised and tailored to the hardware, continuous improvement of the user experience and bug fixes via OTA updates, a 1 year warranty which will probably be honoured etc etc.

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