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.
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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