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LESHPAndroid TV Box Fully Loaded, LESHP Amlogic S905 Quad Core XBMC Android Smart TV Box Support 4K, HD WiFi Streaming £23.19 @ Amazon (Sold by KoCo-Go-UK and Fulfilled by Amazon) lightning deal

£23.19 @ Amazon
Most importantly **Kodi Ready / Compatible ** Will setup in a second room as we currently own Android box already in our main room. was 49.99 now £23.19 Android 5.1 TV Box, Tsing XBMC 16.1 T… Read More
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Most importantly **Kodi Ready / Compatible **

Will setup in a second room as we currently own Android box already in our main room.

was 49.99 now £23.19

Android 5.1 TV Box, Tsing XBMC 16.1 TV Smart Box with Fully Loaded Support 4K, TV Stick Wifi Streaming Media Player 1GB/8GB Amlogic S905X ARM Cortex Quad Core A53 Set Top Box

System

Operating System: Android 5.1

CPU: Amlogic S905X Quad core Cortex A53 2.0GHz 64bit

GPU: five-core Mali-450MP; Hardward 3D graphics acceleration RAM: DDR3 1GB

ROM: 8GB

Connection

Wifi Connectivity: Support 802.11 b/g/n Dual Band Wi-Fi(2.4GHz/5GHz)

LAN Ethernet: 10/100M, standard RJ45

Media

Video Supported: HD MPEG1/2/4,H.264, H.265,HD AVC/VC-1,RM/RMVB,Xvid/DivX3/4/5/6 ,RealVideo8/9/10

Audio Supported: MP3/WMA/AAC/WAV/OGG/AC3/DDP/TrueHD/DTS/DTS/HD/FLAC/APE

Picture Supported: HD JPEG/BMP/GIF/PNG/TIFF

HD Definition video: 4K*2K

Interfaces

HDMI Port: HDMI 2.0 4k x 2k 60fps

Other Interfaces: 2 x USB 2.0 (support USB DISK and USB HDD); 1 x RJ-45; 1 xTF card slot; 1 x AV port

General Specifications

3G: Support

HDD file system: FAT16/FAT32/NTFS

Power: DC 5V/2A; Power ON: blue; Standby: Red

Supported Subtitle: SRT/SMI/SUB/SSA/IDX+USB

Network Function: Skype,Picasa,Youtube,Flicker,Facebook,Online movies,etc

OSD Type of Languages: English/French/German/Spanish/Italian/ etc multilateral languages

SPDIF/IEC958: Optical

Applications:

1.Browse all video websites, support Netflix, Hulu, Flixster, youtube etc.

2.Apps download from Android Market, Google Play etc.

3.Local Media playback, support HDD, U disk.

4.Support Skype video call, MSN, Facebook, Twitter etc.

5.Support Email, Office, PDF, TXT etc.

Package Included:

1 x TV Box

1 x UK Plug

1 x Remote Control

1 x HDMI Extension Cable

1 x Instruction Manual
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#1
Comes up at £28.99?
1 Like #4
Coming up at £23.19 for me.

Fantastic deal for a very able box...
2 Likes #6
It's got to be worth it for all those acronyms alone. Look how many you get! Very tempted by this even though I already have any number of different ways of watching TV.
1 Like #7
£23.19 for me as well, shame i dont need one .
i cant use kodi anymore, having a paid iptv sub has changed my life ......great price though but ignore the fully loaded rubbish, it will be awful
#8
1gb ram will be terrible.
#9
Reasonable price but only 1GB ram. I'd recommend 2GB...
#10
anthonynsinclair
was 49.99 now £23.19
Nobody is gullible enough to base a purchase decision on the mythical Amazon "was" price. Highest price for this item was £31. Current lightning £23 is about right for an entry-level box with this minimal spec. As with most hardware, an additional spend would be worthwhile and £5+ could bag a 2GB RAM model that the majority of users would acknowledge as the ideal minimum spec.
1 Like #11
Found it at 23.19 with an Amazon search.
#12
Can be purchased for the same price from China with 2gb ram. Would not recommend an android box with only 1gb nowadays. I have the 2gb version, and it's been great. The wireless on it is terrible though, so you would need an ethernet connection.

Edited By: tomwenn on Jan 01, 2017 09:51
1 Like #13
AndyRoyd
anthonynsinclair
was 49.99 now £23.19
Nobody is gullible enough to base a purchase decision on the mythical Amazon "was" price. Highest price for this item was £31. Current lightning £23 is about right for an entry-level box with this minimal spec. As with most hardware, an additional spend would be worthwhile and £5+ could bag a 2GB RAM model that the majority of users would acknowledge as the ideal minimum spec.


How much RAM do you think an Amazon TV Firestick has? Pretty sure 1gb ram is enough memory to stream + Kodi. I will not be video editing or implementing a rocket launch. It's not a smartphone, It will simply be used to install Kodi + stream.
#14
anthonynsinclair
AndyRoyd
anthonynsinclair
was 49.99 now £23.19
Nobody is gullible enough to base a purchase decision on the mythical Amazon "was" price. Highest price for this item was £31. Current lightning £23 is about right for an entry-level box with this minimal spec. As with most hardware, an additional spend would be worthwhile and £5+ could bag a 2GB RAM model that the majority of users would acknowledge as the ideal minimum spec.
How much RAM do you think an Amazon TV Firestick has? Pretty sure 1gb ram is enough memory to stream + Kodi. I will not be video editing or implementing a rocket launch. It's not a smartphone, It will simply be used to install Kodi + stream.

I have several of these boxes the 2gb works much better
#15
anthonynsinclair
AndyRoyd
anthonynsinclair
was 49.99 now £23.19
Nobody is gullible enough to base a purchase decision on the mythical Amazon "was" price. Highest price for this item was £31. Current lightning £23 is about right for an entry-level box with this minimal spec. As with most hardware, an additional spend would be worthwhile and £5+ could bag a 2GB RAM model that the majority of users would acknowledge as the ideal minimum spec.
How much RAM do you think an Amazon TV Firestick has? Pretty sure 1gb ram is enough memory to stream + Kodi. I will not be video editing or implementing a rocket launch. It's not a smartphone, It will simply be used to install Kodi + stream.
I have a Firestick. Its RAM is enough for it to function, but it is not the ideal minimum amount. I no longer use it as a media device, I use other Android TV devices with minimum 2GB RAM. The majority of other posters in this thread tend to agree that 2GB RAM should be the minimum spec.
#16
rsta2004
£23.19 for me as well, shame i dont need one .
i cant use kodi anymore, having a paid iptv sub has changed my life ......great price though but ignore the fully loaded rubbish, it will be awful


I'm in interested in iptv as well. How much you paid? Any link please. you can pm me. Thanks
#17
rsta2004
£23.19 for me as well, shame i dont need one .
i cant use kodi anymore, having a paid iptv sub has changed my life ......great price though but ignore the fully loaded rubbish, it will be awful


Tell me more of this IPTV sub..
#18
AndyRoyd
anthonynsinclair
AndyRoyd
anthonynsinclair
was 49.99 now £23.19
Nobody is gullible enough to base a purchase decision on the mythical Amazon "was" price. Highest price for this item was £31. Current lightning £23 is about right for an entry-level box with this minimal spec. As with most hardware, an additional spend would be worthwhile and £5+ could bag a 2GB RAM model that the majority of users would acknowledge as the ideal minimum spec.
How much RAM do you think an Amazon TV Firestick has? Pretty sure 1gb ram is enough memory to stream + Kodi. I will not be video editing or implementing a rocket launch. It's not a smartphone, It will simply be used to install Kodi + stream.
I have a Firestick. Its RAM is enough for it to function, but it is not the ideal minimum amount. I no longer use it as a media device, I use other Android TV devices with minimum 2GB RAM. The majority of other posters in this thread tend to agree that 2GB RAM should be the minimum spec.


I guess this is a subjective opinion based on usage.

Also please can you direct me to the 2GB version costing £5 more? As the cheapest 2gb version I can find is £32.

Edited By: anthonynsinclair on Jan 01, 2017 10:42: typo
2 Likes #19
firesticks are slow, not good, anyone who has one just thinks they're great cus they know no different. The full android experience is much better than the locked down version Amazon offer.

anyway, I would be careful of buying an android box for the time being for kodi, kodi 17 has dropped support for the amlogic amcodec. this means that kodi will not be able to use hardware decode for some formats, so will struggle and stutter.

and kodi will soon most likely raise the system requirements for android kodi from lollipop to marshmallow at least for the new Kodi 18.

the only way around this is to use spmc, which is version of kodi made by the old previous kodi developer koying. spmc is much smoother than kodi on android.
#20
danfr
firesticks are slow, not good, anyone who has one just thinks they're great cus they know no different. The full android experience is much better than the locked down version Amazon offer.

anyway, I would be careful of buying an android box for the time being for kodi, kodi 17 has dropped support for the amlogic amcodec. this means that kodi will not be able to use hardware decode for some formats, so will struggle and stutter.

and kodi will soon most likely raise the system requirements for android kodi from lollipop to marshmallow at least for the new Kodi 18.

the only way around this is to use spmc, which is version of kodi made by the old previous kodi developer koying. spmc is much smoother than kodi on android.


Thanks for the info. Will look into SPMC.

Do you know if the Amazon Fire HD box uses Amlogic Amcodec?

Edited By: anthonynsinclair on Jan 01, 2017 11:44: Typo
#21
anthonynsinclair
AndyRoyd
anthonynsinclair
AndyRoyd
anthonynsinclair
was 49.99 now £23.19
Nobody is gullible enough to base a purchase decision on the mythical Amazon "was" price. Highest price for this item was £31. Current lightning £23 is about right for an entry-level box with this minimal spec. As with most hardware, an additional spend would be worthwhile and £5+ could bag a 2GB RAM model that the majority of users would acknowledge as the ideal minimum spec.
How much RAM do you think an Amazon TV Firestick has? Pretty sure 1gb ram is enough memory to stream + Kodi. I will not be video editing or implementing a rocket launch. It's not a smartphone, It will simply be used to install Kodi + stream.
I have a Firestick. Its RAM is enough for it to function, but it is not the ideal minimum amount. I no longer use it as a media device, I use other Android TV devices with minimum 2GB RAM. The majority of other posters in this thread tend to agree that 2GB RAM should be the minimum spec.
I guess this is a subjective opinion based on usage.
Also please can you direct me to the 2GB version costing £5 more? As the cheapest 2gb version I can find is £32.
Random 2GB RAM example £28.91 dlvd ex-UK http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/361820996405. Would be less if considered far east suppliers.
#22
Cold, you can get get the equivalent specs from Amazon for around £13
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01N5FRGEW/
1 Like #23
solid
Cold, you can get get the equivalent specs from Amazon for around £13https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01N5FRGEW/
From a China seller thats just launched with no feedback? Sure.
1 Like #24
solid
Cold, you can get get the equivalent specs from Amazon for around £13https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01N5FRGEW/
That would be a brave purchase.
#25
I personally think the advantage of the fire tv is support, and that kodi code writers have a fixed target to write for, as in hardware. As someone having bought a fire tv for my sister, and loaded kodi 3 weeks ago, with no prior kodi experience its so easy with so many guides online. If the software is well written the 1gb does not matter too much.
#26
Ashe
solid
Cold, you can get get the equivalent specs from Amazon for around £13https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01N5FRGEW/
From a China seller thats just launched with no feedback? Sure.

That's your personal opinion, no worries. Plenty of us have bought from China, from first time sellers, and from Chinese first time sellers. Most have had no troubles, although there is always a risk.
Still, it's an option, and not as bad as you seem to think or make it out to be.
#27
AndyRoyd
anthonynsinclair
AndyRoyd
anthonynsinclair
AndyRoyd
anthonynsinclair
was 49.99 now £23.19
Nobody is gullible enough to base a purchase decision on the mythical Amazon "was" price. Highest price for this item was £31. Current lightning £23 is about right for an entry-level box with this minimal spec. As with most hardware, an additional spend would be worthwhile and £5+ could bag a 2GB RAM model that the majority of users would acknowledge as the ideal minimum spec.
How much RAM do you think an Amazon TV Firestick has? Pretty sure 1gb ram is enough memory to stream + Kodi. I will not be video editing or implementing a rocket launch. It's not a smartphone, It will simply be used to install Kodi + stream.
I have a Firestick. Its RAM is enough for it to function, but it is not the ideal minimum amount. I no longer use it as a media device, I use other Android TV devices with minimum 2GB RAM. The majority of other posters in this thread tend to agree that 2GB RAM should be the minimum spec.
I guess this is a subjective opinion based on usage.
Also please can you direct me to the 2GB version costing £5 more? As the cheapest 2gb version I can find is £32.
Random 2GB RAM example £28.91 dlvd ex-UK http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/361820996405. Would be less if considered far east suppliers.


Personally, I would never purchase anything from eBay.

Edited By: anthonynsinclair on Jan 01, 2017 15:14: Typo
1 Like #28
solid
That's your personal opinion, no worries. Plenty of us have bought from China, from first time sellers, and from Chinese first time sellers. Most have had no troubles, although there is always a risk.
Still, it's an option, and not as bad as you seem to think or make it out to be.
I just provided information which you should have given rather than just putting "from Amazon" which wasn't accurate. If you can provide something near that price which isn't from a first-time seller with zero feedback, I'd be glad to know. Or even just a better price for a box shipped from the UK, considering you called this "cold".

Edited By: Ashe on Jan 01, 2017 16:44
#29
Ashe
solid
That's your personal opinion, no worries. Plenty of us have bought from China, from first time sellers, and from Chinese first time sellers. Most have had no troubles, although there is always a risk.
Still, it's an option, and not as bad as you seem to think or make it out to be.
I just provided information which you should have given rather than just putting "from Amazon" which wasn't accurate. If you can provide something near that price which isn't from a first-time seller with zero feedback, I'd be glad to know. Or even just a better price for a box shipped from the UK, considering you called this "cold".

I am happy to pay a first-time seller, that is trying to build their reputation by selling a product cheaper than their competitors. After all, if they aren't given a chance, the market gets smaller. You don't have to - you are free to pay more from a more established seller. I am happy to take a risk and pay less.

I can find an equivalent product cheaper (regardless of the seller or their location), that's why I voted this deal cold. I have let others know where this can be found cheaper. Members are now free to choose where to spend their money.

Edited By: solid on Jan 01, 2017 19:47
#30
solid
I am happy to pay a first-time seller, that is trying to build their reputation by selling a product cheaper than their competitors. After all, if they aren't given a chance, the market gets smaller. You don't have to - you are free to pay more from a more established seller. I am happy to take a risk and pay less.
Odd, I thought I was talking about how it's appropriate to put relevant information in a post, not about how society should give first-time sellers a chance.

I can find an equivalent product cheaper (regardless of the seller or their location), that's why I voted this deal cold. I have let others know where this can be found cheaper. Members are now free to choose where to spend their money.
In other words, you can't find one either cheaper than this post in the UK, or one at a similar price in China with decent feedback.
#31
OK, now I'm confused.
I'm just pointing out that a cheaper deal can be found elsewhere, and that's why this is a cold deal for me. What are you talking about?
#32
To spell it out - rather than saying "from Amazon" you should have said "from a China seller that will take a few weeks to arrive, if willing to take the risk that they have no feedback" - not difficult or confusing.
1 Like #33
anthonynsinclair
danfr
firesticks are slow, not good, anyone who has one just thinks they're great cus they know no different. The full android experience is much better than the locked down version Amazon offer.
anyway, I would be careful of buying an android box for the time being for kodi, kodi 17 has dropped support for the amlogic amcodec. this means that kodi will not be able to use hardware decode for some formats, so will struggle and stutter.
and kodi will soon most likely raise the system requirements for android kodi from lollipop to marshmallow at least for the new Kodi 18.
the only way around this is to use spmc, which is version of kodi made by the old previous kodi developer koying. spmc is much smoother than kodi on android.
Thanks for the info. Will look into SPMC.
Do you know if the Amazon Fire HD box uses Amlogic Amcodec?

Also check out using a raspberry pi as media box, I tried firestick in recent sale and found too slow and clunky. Prefer pi myself and works with TV remote
#34
informant2014
I personally think the advantage of the fire tv is support, and that kodi code writers have a fixed target to write for, as in hardware. As someone having bought a fire tv for my sister, and loaded kodi 3 weeks ago, with no prior kodi experience its so easy with so many guides online. If the software is well written the 1gb does not matter too much.


but kodi isn't written for fire TV... it is just another android device, basically a rebadged TV stick/box. kodi is exactly the same on any android device, and near identical on any device, be it PC/Mac or phone.
you just proved it tho, people think the first they try is best because they know no different, so stick with it.

it is definately easier to install on an android box than a fire TV. mainly because kodi is on appstore... and Amazon removed it from their appstore (unless you install the crippled mrmc version?).
#35
anthonynsinclair
danfr
firesticks are slow, not good, anyone who has one just thinks they're great cus they know no different. The full android experience is much better than the locked down version Amazon offer.

anyway, I would be careful of buying an android box for the time being for kodi, kodi 17 has dropped support for the amlogic amcodec. this means that kodi will not be able to use hardware decode for some formats, so will struggle and stutter.

and kodi will soon most likely raise the system requirements for android kodi from lollipop to marshmallow at least for the new Kodi 18.

the only way around this is to use spmc, which is version of kodi made by the old previous kodi developer koying. spmc is much smoother than kodi on android.


Thanks for the info. Will look into SPMC.

Do you know if the Amazon Fire HD box uses Amlogic Amcodec?


amlogic, kodi and Minix (one of the china TV box maker who sponsor kodi) have sorted out the code apparently, so there will be some updates in the near future, as long as the device runs marshmallow and is well supported.

search on freaktab.com to see which boxes are getting updates.
2 Likes #36
Just get an Amlogic box, run Libreelec and see how well Kodi really runs once you've stripped out the android bloat...
1 Like #37
dcx_badass
Just get an Amlogic box, run Libreelec and see how well Kodi really runs once you've stripped out the android bloat...

This even with a 1gb box is the way to go...

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