MX2 based on AMLogic AML8726-M6, with 1GB RAM,8GB flash, supporting Android 4.2, and full support of XBMC. This is an update of the G-Box Midnight based on AML8726-M3 which supports XBMC in Android. It has built-in WIFI so you can easily plug it into your TV via HDMI (or analogue cables) and then you can connect it to your home’s WIFI network and begin streaming from services like YouTube, Netflix etc.
Mx2 TV box
The remote works quite nicely with XBMC and the MX2’s custom app launcher. It also works surprisingly well for navigating the Google Play Store — I was a bit surprised to find that the Play Store is actually easier to navigate on the MX2 than it is on the Asus CUBE. That’s surprising because the CUBE is running Google TV, an operating system that’s designed for television screens, while the MX2 is running Android, which was designed for touchscreen displays.
This box is running the Android O/S version 4.22, so basically, any application that runs on this OS is available from the market and can be installed on this box. It has built-in WIFI so you just plug it into your TV via HDMI (or analogue cables) and then you can connect it to your home’s WIFI network and begin streaming content from popular services like YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, etc.
Runs XBMC Not Kodi
The G-Box Midnight MX2 by Matricom brings high-performance high-def streaming from the internet and local media to your TV. The powerful Amlogic A9 MX processor teamed with a dual-core Mali-400 3D graphics engine provides stellar performance for the Android platform and high definition video playback. The Special Edition MX2 XBMC runs smoothly with 1080p hardware decoding from local media and your favourite XBMC streaming add-ons. Running on Android 4.2.x Jellybean with the latest Google Play Store installed opens up the world to install your favourite apps, browse the net, watch videos, connect to your social networks and more!
Where to buy MX2 Andriod Tv Box
You can buy the MX2 Andriod Tv Box from GearBest, Amazon or Ebay
The G-Box Midnight MX2 has rounded corners and an all-black plastic build. It looks like a typical HTPC. A snazzy chrome G-Box logo on the top of the device. The left side of the device has an SD/MMC card reader and three USB 2.0 ports for external drives. On the back are HDMI-out, an Ethernet port, another USB port and two A/V jacks. But it lacks in Bluetooth, which can make connecting some wireless peripherals a pain. It also offers several options for streaming video content.
CPU: Amlogic A9 Dual Core Neon HD CPU
Operating System: Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
RAM: 1GB DDR3
Hard Drive Size: 8GB
Graphics Card: Mali400 Dual Core High-Performance 3D GPU
Ports: 4 USB 2.0, HDMI-out, SPDIF Digital Audio Output, Composite Audio/Video Out, Ethernet, SD/MMC Card Reader
Weight: 363 g
Dimensions: 12.7 x 12.7 x 5.1 cm
Android (Jelly Bean) OS. You can easily download and install thousands of Android apps on the device.
Full 1080p Video Processing.
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