Inside the houses, 90 x 69 x 21 mm, lines that resemble modern routers (antennas for Wi-Fi included), the Geekbox offers a decent data sheet:
- SoC: Rockchip RK3368
- Processore: ARM 64Bits Octa-core Cortex-A53@1.5GHz
- GPU: PowerVR SGX6110 GPU
- Storage: 16GB eMMC v5.0
- RAM: 2GB LPDDR3@1600Mbps
- Connettività: IEEE802.11a/b/g/n/ac 2×2 MIMO@867Mbps, Bluetooth 4.1, Ethernet 100/1000M, HDMI 2.0, porta IR, USB
With these features the little box is capable of playing videos in 4K with H.264 or H.265, and spin, dual boot both Android, in the “desktop” Light Biz OS made ??by Rockchip, both Ubuntu .The potential of Geekbox expand further, with an eye to the world of electronic do-it-yourself, thanks to the MXM-III.
With this I / O port and internal connectors the TV box can be enriched with accessories and various modules as a display of 7.9 inches and resolution 2048 x 1536 pixels or a fan for cooling.
In short, this TV box that plays to the single board computer, a bit ‘as Raspberry Pi , promises to satisfy all really; of course, especially for those looking for an experience devoted to entertainment, not just the hardware and the open source approach, and for the moment there are no details on how it is structured the software on board.