YAGALA V88 Mars Android 7.1 TV Box £21.99 Sold by YingFu and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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YAGALA V88 Mars Android 7.1 TV Box £21.99 Sold by YingFu and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 9th Mar
  • v88 Mars is a palm size tv box, small but smart, which powered by the RK3229 Quad-core Cortex A7 1.2GHz chipset, perfect for 4K video solution with its Penta-Core HD Graphics GPU.
  • With H.265 hardware decoding and supports 4K HD output, it is really a visual experience when watching movies or playing games with a 4K resolution. Not a single detail will be missing.
  • Equipped with a new generation of Android 7.1. Rapid and powerful features makes you watching TV shows, movies; browsing websites, also have a better compatibility of software, games and application programs.
  • 1GB DDR and 8GB Flash, support external hard drive, this can provide you with more space to download your favorite Apps and games.
  • V88 Mars has 2 USB port, which means you can connect your USB keyboard, mouse, and USB drive. It's more convenient to play games or watch movies at home. Also, it has one Micro USB card slot, you can insert your micro SD card to update the firmware
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Usual criticisms for a box like this, 1gb RAM is too little. Reviews suggest it's not on android 7.1

I'd recommend anyone spend a little more and get something a little more capable.
1GB RAM + RK3229 SoC is not a wonderful combination to justify £22 to achieve this platform. At least consider the extra quid to obtain similar but with preferable AMLogic SoC (and separate/remote IR sensor) amazon.co.uk/dp/…LF/ but the usual definitive minimum expectation of 2GB + AMLogic SoC is going to demand £27.99 when fulfilled Amazon amazon.co.uk/dp/…ZP/ and that is a noticeable near 25% additional outlay over OP, but definitely warrants serious preferable consideration.
AndyRoyd9 h, 49 m ago

1GB RAM + RK3229 SoC is not a wonderful combination to justify £22 to …1GB RAM + RK3229 SoC is not a wonderful combination to justify £22 to achieve this platform. At least consider the extra quid to obtain similar but with preferable AMLogic SoC (and separate/remote IR sensor) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B076VG8DLF/ but the usual definitive minimum expectation of 2GB + AMLogic SoC is going to demand £27.99 when fulfilled Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B079QKXWZP/ and that is a noticeable near 25% additional outlay over OP, but definitely warrants serious preferable consideration.


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