Kaiboer Bor F4, a new mini PC with dual Wi-Fi antennas


Kaiboer is set to launch a stylish new set-top-box style mini PC with dual Wi-Fi antenna.

According to androidpc.es, it’s called the Kaiboer Bor F4 and like most mini PCs at the moment, it’s powered by the everywhere Rockchip RK3188 quad-core SoC CPU, this time reaching a top clock speed of 1.8GHz.

It looks to be a nicely built unit with and actual proper power button on the back and quite a reasonable-looking remote.

Apart from the Rockchip CPU, it’s expected to come with 2GB of RAM but an unknown amount of on-board flash. Not that that will be a worry as it will come with four USB2.0 ports to load it up with external storage. Aside from that, you’ll also find a microUSB OTG port, Fast Ethernet (RJ45) and 802.11n Wi-Fi with twin antennas.

kaiboer2At this stage, there’s no word on how much its expected to sell for or when we’ll see it on virtual store shelves. But we’ll update as soon as news comes to hand.

Rockchip has just about the most popular quad-core SoC CPU in China at the moment with the RK3188 appearing in almost everything not nailed down. It’s an unusual design, featuring the older Cortex A9 architecture but in a new-school 28-nanometre production size. That makes it faster than the Cortex A5 or A7 chips but with lower power usage, thanks to its more efficient design.

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