saw this while browsing for a tablet and sounds pretty good!
The MyGica 510B M3 is an Amlogic M3 based Smart TV box with 1GB RAM and support for XBMC Amlogic hardware video decoding. Tested working with BBC iPlayer, ITV Player, TVCatchup, Youtube. For a limited time we are including a free 8GB micro-SD card (as here) worth £7.99.
Note! There are few similar looking boxes available elsewhere. MyGica is the brandname for a factory (Geniatech) who make a lot of media players and Android boxes for other brands. Our 510B is the latest Geniatech/MyGica Smart TV box direct from the factory. Our version has an Amlogic M3 chipset (not the slower M1), 1GB RAM (not 512MB), and runs Android 4.0.3 ICS.
XBMC with Hardware Decoding XBMC for Android brings the world's best media interface to the Android operating system. Install it to gain access to a rich media interface with full movie thumbnail and movie sheet scraping, rich music management, and many online TV channels. XBMC is the future! Have it now! The Bluetimes Smart TV benefits from Amlogic hardware video decoding in XBMC.
Cortex A9 Amlogic 8726-M3 Chipset + Mali400 GPU The Amlogic 8726-M3 chipset is a considerable upgrade from previous players and allows smooth Flash web browsing, gaming, and video playback. The M3 chipset incorporates a Mali400 GPU, delivering great video format support and performance. NEON is supported for XBMC.
Multi-format HD Media Player Virtually all HD video and audio formats are supported for playback from the internal HDD, USB, SD, or the network. Key modern video+audio formats like MKV, MP4, M2TS,FLAC, MP3, WMA, AAC are all supported. Photos can be displayed in high quality on your TV.
1GB DDR3 RAM An ample 1GB RAM is fitted, enough to multi-task comfortably in Android. 2GB of internal flash memory is provided for App storage and storage capacity can be expanded in 32GB chunks by inexpensive micro-SD cards.
Google Play Store Google Play Store is pre-installed so you can easily download all your favourite Apps. BBC iPlayer, Youtube, Twitter, Facebook, Angry Birds, Google Maps, Draw Something are all available in Play Store and work well (**some Apps require optional Airmouse / RF mouse). Apps not available in Play Store such as Sopcast for Android install from .apk.
Sopcast Sopcast for Android was released in early 2012. This player fully supports it and allows you to click Sop links in the internal browser and have them instantly start running full screen.
Full Android Ice Cream Sandwich The MyGica 510B (M3) offers a full installation of Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich. Android 4.0.3 ICS runs quickly and is stable.
IR Remote The supplied IR remote allows you to operate the player in the conventional way, just like any other Media Player. Android itelf and most Apps, including XBMC, are fully navigable using the supplied remote.
Optional Wireless Keyboard and Mouse The MyGica 510B (M3) becomes more usable (and some Apps require) a mouse. You can buy an Airmouse (like the Wii remote) from us or you can use practically any wireless (RF) mouse/keyboard.
Internal Wi-Fi(n) + Wired Ethernet. Wi-Fi(n) is built into the box making it easy to connect to your home Wi-Fi network for internet/streaming use, or to access networked media via a home network. The supplied Wi-Fi antenna guarantees a strong and fast Wi-Fi signal. Alternatively, you can connect to your home network using the 10/100 LAN port.
High Quality Hardware and Software MyGica is the Chinese brandname for Geniatech, who make the majority of Android boxes for western brands. The MyGica 510B (M3) benefits from several years experience in making Android Smart TV boxes and the software/hardware reflects this depth of knowledge.
The MyGica 510B (M3) is a powerful Android box with the ability to perform any home media task very capably. The chipset is compatible with hardware decoding and the XBMC Android builds.
Box contents: MyGica 510B (M3), PSU (UK 3-pin or Euro 2-pin depending on order destination), HDMI cable, remote, user manual.