The new model, according to armdevices.net, will feature Allwinner’s A31 quad-core processor, which also includes PowerVR’s SGX544 graphics processor unit (GPU).
Part of the design includes a Windows 8-like user interface plus an Air Mouse-like remote with controls on one side and keyboard on the other.
According to reports, the Mele TV box will sell for $110.
Mele’s original Android-powered TV boxes featured Allwinner’s A10 single-core CPU and were popular given they could easily run Linux and turned into a low-cost PC. This new model looks to be Mele’s first quad-core offering.
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