Android TV brand Geniatech looks set to release a new set-top box mini PC onto the market called the Geniatech ATV1800.
Not an awful lot is known about the new model at this stage but we can reveal it will be powered by a quad-core Amlogic processor claimed to be somewhere near 1.6 and 2.0GHz clock speed. It’ll feature 2GB of RAM and 8GB of on-board flash for storage, expandable by a built-in SD card slot.
Peripheral ports will be generous with four USB2.0 connections on offer, alongside HDMI and composite-video output.
Network connectivity will also be well serviced by 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi wireless and RJ45 Ethernet options.
It’ll be powered by Android 4.1 and there’s a brief mention about ‘XBMC’ but we’re not sure if that’s just marketing or whether the ATV1800 will indeed be preloaded with the new Android version of the popular media centre app. We’ll find out soon enough.
The ATV1800 will be a follow up to the previous-generation ATV1200, which featured a dual-core Amlogic Cortex A9 processor but only 1GB of RAM and 4GB of on-board flash. That model is still on sale for around the $130 mark.
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