If you are looking for a tiny XBMC Media Center to view movies and media on, this Linux-based CuBoxTV mini PC system might be perfect and is now available to pre-order priced at just $100.
The CuBoxTV mini PC system measures just 2 inches square, weighs 281g and is powered by a 1GHz Quad Core Freescale i.MX6 processor supported by supported by 1GB of RAM and Vivante GC2000 graphics.
Internally it has 8GB of storage and is equipped with 1 x Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI output, S/PDIF output, and an infrared receiver and comes supplied running a Linux-based operating system that has been specifically built to run the awesome XBMC media center application, which will soon be changing it name to Kodi. SolidRun explains :
“CuBoxTV is a powerful open source media center that comes with the Kodi/XBMC platform preinstalled. Just plug in, attach HDMI and Ethernet cables, upload your favourite apps and plug-ins and you’re ready to enjoy a premium viewer and listener experience.”
The CuBoxTV is now available to pre-order for $100, and is available from the SolidRun website where its full specifications can be found together with the CuBox-i4Pro and CuBox-i2eX mini PC system currently in the sale if you would like to load your own operating system of choice.
Source: LiliputingFiled Under: Hardware, Top News