CPU Amlogic S905 SoC up to 1.2Ghz Quad core ARM Cortex-A53. Android 7.1 Ultra HDTV BOX Qualcomm S912 Octa Core 2GB 16/32GB USB HDMI TF RJ45. 1 TF CARD Support 1~32GB. 1 RJ45 LAN Ethernet 10M/100M. OS …
It hardly keeps a stable connection between a Samsung S7 Edge and an Nvidia Shield TV 2017 through Bluetooth. If I leave the phone locked, I have to either restart this app or turn the Bluetooth on and off. The keyboard typing also lags between the phone and the Shield. It would easier to set up a connection if we could manually input the IP address of the device we want to connect with this app.
You can set up to 10 keywords to be running at any given time, with the TV automatically searching the TV listings and YouTube for any shows that have something to do with those words and presenting the results on dedicated keywords shelves further down the Discovery system’s roster.
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Is it any better than Netflix? Yes, it is, but only if you consider its core old-fashioned-but-reliable postal add-on service. It’s a bit ludicrous in our digital age, but such is Hollywood’s conservative attitude to the internet (why do they hate it – us – so?) that only the postman can bring you the latest releases.
I’m not sure if the problem is with CTV and CBC or not. The History Channel seems to run ok. And YouTube runs ok. So, will have to look further, I guess. Maybe I should take the laptop for a much-needed cleaning out of the junk.
Let’s just be frank, Google TV failed miserably and simply improving it wasn’t good enough. The platform had to be shut down and replaced with something completely different. Now we have Android TV trying to take over your living room, and it seems to be doing reasonably well.
That’s largely because it does a great job of showing 4K and HDR video to my screens. You can use it to stream many services including Netflix, Amazon, and Vudu. Best of all, if you like have your own video library or an OTA antenna, you can use open-source Plex to watch your own movies and shows or watch and record local network televison. It’s not as easy as using TiVo BOLT VOX for OTA DVR, but then it does a better job of streaming than the TiVo box.
And there’s another, Nvidia-specific ace up the Shield’s sleeve, too: cloud-based game streaming via the company’s own GeForce Now service. Through this you can play premium PC games such as The Witcher 3.
Round the back of the Shield is a vent for its internal fan, which—even under full load—wasn’t audible; a micro SD slot for storage expansion, which will come in particularly handy if you pick up the 16GB version; two USB 3.0 ports for peripherals or external storage; an Ethernet port; an HDMI 2.0 port with HDCP 2.2 for 4K 60 FPS video; and a socket for the included power adaptor. Powering it all is Nvidia’s Tegra X1 ARM-based processor and GPU, which boasts 256 CUDA cores, a memory clock of 1600MHz for its 3GB of LPDDR4 RAM, memory bandwidth that runs at 25.6GB/s, and 256KB of L2 cache.
★ Striking Looking Design: With its irregular shell and interesting geometric detail, GooBang Doo ABOX MAX TV box definitely stands out in a good way. The front illuminating LED displays how the item is connected (WIFI or LAN), and the time of day.
I have a question about the shows and movies being Free? Don’t you have to pay a subscription to HBO to watch say game of thrones? I am getting an add saying I can get any show or movie streamed to my TV for free. It also says it is completely legal. Only one time fee for the box. Is this true?