Beelink X2 TV Box 4K H.265 Decoding - 1GB DDR3 RAM -  EU PLUG  BLACK, £19.23, at GearBest
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Beelink X2 TV Box 4K H.265 Decoding - 1GB DDR3 RAM - EU PLUG BLACK, £19.23, at GearBest

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Found 30th Mar 2016
Beelink X2 TV Box 4K H.265 Decoding - EU PLUG BLACK, £19.23, at GearBest.

Most Affordable 4K Google TV Player XBMC H.265 Decoding Android 4.4 H3 Quad Core 1GB 8GB 2.4G WiFi LAN HDMI.

Overview:
Looking for more than just a simple streaming box? The Beelink X2 Android 4.4 TV Box does it all. Running the full Android 4.4 OS gives you the ability to run virtually any Android APP on your TV. The powerful H3 quad core processor with the Mali400MP2 graphics engine provides stellar performance for high definition video playback. XBMC runs smoothly with 4K x 2K hardware decoding from local media and your favorite XBMC streaming add-ons. Enjoy high performance HD streaming from the internet and local media to your TV from now on!.

Main Features:
● Support DLNA.
● KODI pre-installed: Over 50 most popular Add-ons installed in your KODI.
● XBMC supported. XBMC can be used to play almost all popular audio and video formats.
● True 4K x 2K Quad Core XBMC H.265 decoding. High performance quad core cortex-A7 CPU paired with the powerful Mali400MP2 GPU graphics processor which provide the best TV box experience.
● Features 1GB DDR3 RAM 8GB ROM (with maximum external capacity up to 32GB).
● 2.4GHz WiFi, connect effortlessly in a world without wires.
● HDMI connectivity for the best 4K x 2K FHD multimedia experience.
● Full HD 1080P supported.
● Comes with a RJ45 port for 10 / 100M Ethernet which provides a strong network extension.
● Support Miracast.
● Multi-language supported for multiple regions and dialects around the world.

Upgrade Method:
● USB fastboot (the USB cable is must be A-type): mediafire.com/dow…img
● Local update: mega.nz/!00BD1SCB!-g2e8sJdA5rvH5cNh407vkKom4aYH_b6SvOYU9qcUhQ106k

Beelink X2 new software upgrade introduction:
● Version: X2_201k4.
● Based on: 106k4.
● Selection of audio/ pass through/ SPDIF can be saved after reboot.
● Revised kodi 14.2 based on ALLWINNER H3 SOC. 50Mbps H.264 video can decode, update audio sync.
● Some trival adjustments, such as remove power off pop-up message, built allcast for airplay and so on.

Note: Local upgrades should via USB 2.0 disk or copy the files to your Beelink X2, can not use TF card.

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Don't forget to select/choose 'EU PLUG' to get it for the price of only £19.23!.

Ps.
The 'US PLUG' is also currently the same price of £19.23 too!, but its the price of £19.23 ONLY for the next 16 hours 30 minutes, where Promo then ends.

Whereas the 'EU PLUG' equivalent is NOT 'Time-Bound'! (yet?), lol. :-)

gearbest.com/tv-…tml

This is the CHEAPEST its been in the last 4+ months too .....

Pps.
I have one of these (bought it a few weeks ago), I've watched a few cool Documentaries via it + a few other bits and bobs too, and never experienced any lag on it via an HD TV. :-)

By the way, though yes, this Android Box comes with an EU Plug, it also comes with a 2-Way to 3-Way Adaptor Plug too. :-)

Plus a few useful KODI related links too, here:

seo-michael.co.uk/tut…ck/

seo-michael.co.uk/the…di/

youtube.com/wat…Xac

tvaddons.ag/fus…di/

aftvnews.com/how…ck/
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My Links are always 'Active'.

But can be also found here too:

gearbest.com/tv-…tml
Only 1gb ram.
Jonnyblock

Only 1gb ram.



Fair play ...

But its still incredibly CHEAP for what it is?.

I have one of these (bought it a few weeks ago), I've watched a few cool Documentaries via it + a few other bits and bobs too, and never experienced any lag on it via an HD TV, so ..... lol. :-)
Eu plugs are no good here in the UK as we use a 3 pin not a 2 pin plug system. Do these get supplied with a UK plug or do we need to buy one separate ???
Cheap yes, but the chipset is not really well supported.

The main Kodi developer for android has walked and is developing SPMC (again) and his push is for Nvidia shield as his main platform and amlogic based boxes.

Steer clear of allwinner or rockchips if you want updates.
hyper

Cheap yes, but the chipset is not really well supported.The main Kodi … Cheap yes, but the chipset is not really well supported.The main Kodi developer for android has walked and is developing SPMC (again) and his push is for Nvidia shield as his main platform and amlogic based boxes.Steer clear of allwinner or rockchips if you want updates.



​I have been stung by cheap allwinner Rockchip devices before, as long as you don't expect support you'll likely be surprised for the money. But if you're willing to mess for an hour a rpi 2 may be better in the long run.
mogsog

​I have been stung by cheap allwinner Rockchip devices before, as long as … ​I have been stung by cheap allwinner Rockchip devices before, as long as you don't expect support you'll likely be surprised for the money. But if you're willing to mess for an hour a rpi 2 may be better in the long run.



​Sorry hyper on phone so I can't edit, I was meant to say I agree with you at the start of my last comment.
joffa81

Eu plugs are no good here in the UK as we use a 3 pin not a 2 pin plug … Eu plugs are no good here in the UK as we use a 3 pin not a 2 pin plug system. Do these get supplied with a UK plug or do we need to buy one separate ???



Hehehehe, excellent question!, lol. :-)

It is an EU Plug yes, but it also comes with a 2-Way to 3-Way Adaptor Plug too. :-)
amour3k

Hehehehe, excellent question!, lol. :-)It is an EU Plug yes, but it also … Hehehehe, excellent question!, lol. :-)It is an EU Plug yes, but it also comes with a 2-Way to 3-Way Adaptor Plug too. :-)




I bought one of these a few weeks back and think it needs an upgrade, do you have any links with reasonably clear instructions for an Android/media box beginner? Thanks!
sabresonic

I bought one of these a few weeks back and think it needs an upgrade, do … I bought one of these a few weeks back and think it needs an upgrade, do you have any links with reasonably clear instructions for an Android/media box beginner? Thanks!



Have a gooooooood read through this Thread:

hotukdeals.com/dea…194


Within it links informative turn up like:

hotukdeals.com/mis…013

As well as:

seo-michael.co.uk/tut…di/

Enjoy. :-)
amour3k

Have a gooooooood read through this … Have a gooooooood read through this Thread:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/amlogic-s905-android-kodi-box-with-2gb-ram-25-98-delivered-from-gearbest-2422194Within it links informative turn up like:http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/nvidia-shield-tv-owners-club-2337013As well as:https://seo-michael.co.uk/tutorial-how-to-install-specto-kodi/Enjoy. :-)



Great, thanks for that, Kodi update definitely needed! Quick question re firmware upgrade...if going down the local upgrade route do you need to unzip the zip file before copying to USB stick do you know? (I've not attempted a firmware update before and its not addressed in those threads or in any of the Beelink/tv box forums I've looked at...I think they assume people are familiar with flashing already!!)
sabresonic

Great, thanks for that, Kodi update definitely needed! Quick question re … Great, thanks for that, Kodi update definitely needed! Quick question re firmware upgrade...if going down the local upgrade route do you need to unzip the zip file before copying to USB stick do you know? (I've not attempted a firmware update before and its not addressed in those threads or in any of the Beelink/tv box forums I've looked at...I think they assume people are familiar with flashing already!!)



I'm not as Technically Savvy when it comes to pimping these things out as I'd truely luvvvvvvvvv to be!, so ..... :-(

Sorry mate.
amour3k

I'm not as Technically Savvy when it comes to pimping these things out as … I'm not as Technically Savvy when it comes to pimping these things out as I'd truely luvvvvvvvvv to be!, so ..... :-(Sorry mate.



No problem, thanks for posting those links though.

I don't mind attempting techie stuff as long as I have good instructions and a good back up plan...for when it invariably goes t*ts up
sabresonic

No problem, thanks for posting those links though.I don't mind attempting … No problem, thanks for posting those links though.I don't mind attempting techie stuff as long as I have good instructions and a good back up plan...for when it invariably goes t*ts up



Hahahaha, I hear you, & same here too really .. as for t*ts up, I've bricked a few things in my time mind?, but in saying that though, I've also resurrected a few things too? (so I'm on par with 50/50?), lol. :-)

Anyways, your welcome.

I'm going to try to pimp mine out too in some way (if/where possible, etc?).

Good luck with yours too.

Keep me informed of any progress, etc?, as we may be able to compare notes ..... lol.
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