And according to Geek Gadgets, mini PC maker UHOST is set to join the ranks with its new UHOST3.
However, according to reports, the company hasn’t yet decided which CPU it will use – whether its Allwinner’s A31S or Rockchip’s RK3188. But as Geek Gadgets points out, the company is claiming the UHOST3 will have a ‘Cortex A9′ CPU but the Allwinner A31 is only a Cortex A7. However, the fact that its list of specs suggest the CPU will feature Mali400MP4 GPU graphics, it may well be the RK3188 they’ve decided to lock into.
Either way, the UHOST3 will come with Android 4.1 operating system and hits in a round chassis with covers over the main ports. Like most TV boxes, the UHOST3 will have both HDMI and composite-video output, along with two USB2.0 host ports and a MicroSD (TF) card slot for storage expansion.
Power is expected to come from a standard 5V/2A DC power brick.
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