AirTV has launched a new 4K streaming stick this week in the form of the AirTV Mini which is powered by a Amlogic S905Y2 ARM Cortex-A53 quad-core CPU and being created to “improve your cord cutting experience”. The AirTV Mini seamlessly integrates with Google Assistant, Google Play, Sling TV, Netflix and OTA channels and is fitted with a 2×2 dual band wireless connection and supports 4K HDR streaming.
Users simply plug the AirTV Mini into a spare HDMI port on their television and Google Assistant can be accessed by simply pressing a button on the remote. The AirTV Mini remote also has the ability to control televisions and sound bars, and features a prominent Sling TV shortcut button and a voice search button to find favorite shows and movies.
“The AirTV brand is committed to making local TV relevant and easily accessible to streamers,” said Mitch Weinraub, director of product development for AirTV. “The AirTV Mini is a powerhouse streaming stick with more memory and a faster processor than anything else in the category. When combined with the AirTV network tuner and the Sling TV app, the Mini delivers a superior streaming experience, especially for Slingers who want premium features in a small package at an affordable price.”
Specifications of the AirTV Mini 4K streaming stick include :
– Amlogic, the S905Y2 (Quad Core Cortex-A53 CPU)
– Runs Android TV 9.0
– Incorporates VP94K decoding, allowing users to watch YouTube content in 4K
– 2×2 802.11AC Wi-Fi
– HDMI CEC
– ARM Mali-G31 MP2 GPU
– 2GB RAM
– 8GB eMMC Flash
Source: PR News
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