The tiny Xiaomi Mi Box Mini launched in China in January and is now available internationally through resellers. It's averaging at around $50, which is a bit more than the super-low $32 it costs in China but still reasonable for a solid streamer. Apple has just cut the price of Apple TV but the Mi Box is still considerably cheaper. It runs on a 1.3GHz MediaTek MT8685 quad-core ARM Cortex-A7 processor and packs 1GB of RAM and 4GB storage. Output is via HDMI and it supports H.264, H.265 codecs and MPEG 1/2/4 and VP8 video all at 1080p. Streaming's possible via Bluetooth 4.0 or dual-band WiFi. All in a tiny plug socket sized box. Via liliputing
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The fine folk at Geekanoids have got their hands on a set of Brainwavz HM9 Headphones and have posted a video review. Don't want to spoil it for you but they're digging the HM9s - check out what they say here: Brainwavz HM9 headphones review The Brainwavz HM9s are in stock on the MP4Nation store with free Fedex shipping to selected destinations.
The Sony Tablet S is that 'folded magazine' shaped tablet that raised anticipation amongst many from the smooth and mysterious commercials, and general hype over it and its partner: The Sony Tablet P A.K.A the 'Clam shell'. We actually had high hopes for both of these tablets, but alas, we were left disappointed after reading Tablet-News' disappointment. See what we mean by visiting their in-depth review here, and make sure to click the play button on the lengthy and insightful video showing the Sony Tablet S after the break. Everything ado about the Sony Tablet S can be learned from this very lengthy video! via tablet-news
Hong Kong has many great things to offer: fantastic food, scenic city scenes, excellent public transportation and the warmth of over crowding (?). One that may even top this list is the massive electronics scene. An example of this greatness is the latest version of Android - 4.0 AKA Ice Cream Sandwich - that was spotted on a smartphone at an electronics event recently held in this fine city. From what we can gather in terms of improved features from the older versions are as follows: (click after the break) Facial recognition unlock Direct Android screenshot New Gmail, calendar, contacts, app interface, widgets and photo gallery Upgraded notifications Android Beam - NFC file transfer Cloud service for photos and panorama mode for camera Virtual keys as opposed to phy
We have here a quick and simple unboxing video of the FiiO E10 DAC and Headphone Amp. The video, laced with some smooth flowing beats, shows you just what to expect once you've received the lil' guy at your home, and what extras come with it. There's also a comparison of the E10 to other devices such as the FiiO E7 and even an iPhone. The nugget sized video was craftily done by YouTube member juantafanta, and definitely deserves a push from the 'like' button. Check it out now! via mp4nation/forum
Just a quick post showing you the NOVO8's gaming capabilities of the tablet running the graphic intensive game, Dungeon Hunter - a game made to run on a Tegra 2 chip. The video shows a snippet of the NOVO8 in action, showing that it is able to play such a game pretty smoothly. Just another out of the many reasons for wanting to own such an awesome tablet! Also, feel free to join in on our on-going NOVO8 gaming discussion on our forum! via mp4nation/forum
The HP TouchPad's steal price of $99 resulted in an tsunami of sales which put WebOS into the hands of many, but that wasn't enough, or rather WebOS wasn't enough. The people wanted more, and more they shall have. Through the skills of developers, Android started appearing on the tablet - slow but steady. We've already blogged about the progression of having the Android Touchscreen working, well now we've got more. Find out what after the break. Thanks to the CyanogenMod 7 ROM, there's now a working Google Android Marketplace despite its slightly skewed main page due to the 9.7-inch screen of the tablet - what evs', it still works! The ROM also brings live wallpaper, and a smooth one at that - Koi fishes in a pond that ripples when touched. The video below also shows a smooth ru
From leaked images to official announcement, we now have a full scope on the Windows 8 Samsung tablet, especially with this great hands on video from Slashgear that first shows us the tablet itself, and then delves into the UI of Windows 8 OS. The Windows 8 tablet was officially revealed and detailed by Microsoft at the BUILD 2011 event, showing off the tablet, its dock and the attachable keyboard, although according to the video, the online keyboard works just as well. The video itself greatly details Windows OS and what it offers. It starts off annoyingly but necessarily sped up as it goes through the physicality of the tablet, but slows to real time as it gets to the good stuff. Check out the good looking Windows 8 OS (although a tad bit laggy) from the video after the break. v
Every since the TouchDroid team managed to boot Android on the HP TouchPad, they've been hard at work to get the tablet fully functional with its new OS. Well they've taken a step closer towards that goal by enabling the touchscreen. Not only that, they've also managed to get it working with 10 point finger-touch input - a most impressive feat. Although the TouchDroid team still have their work cut out for them as there's still no confirmation on whether the tablet's other features will be compatible with Android or not, such as GPS, WiFi Radio, etc. Still, it looks like the biggest hurdles have been passed. Check out the video below showing the TouchPad's 10 point finger-touch response after the break. via ubergizmo
Please sit back, relax and enjoy our video review of the latest Android tablet to be introduced to our store front - the U15GT from Cube. Just a few notes to add about the video: the U15GT is said to have a 2600mAh battery which will give it an average battery life of 3 to 4 hours with WiFi constantly on. I also found the viewing angles to not be particularly clear, but facing straight ahead, you'll all fine and dandy. Other than that, the tablet was a joy to play around with and I would definitely recommend it for anyone looking for an easy-to-use, entertainment tablet that is portable and easy to carry around. If this little guy tickles your fancy, head on over to its product page here!