A new model of TV set-top box called HK1 RBOX R1, based on Rockchip RK3318 chipset and running Android 10 operating system, is now available. This is a typical smart TV box, which comes with the usual configuration for such devices, which provides comfortable operation of most modern applications and services. A remarkable feature of this model, in addition to its bright design, is the use of Android 10.0 as the operating system, which is gradually being introduced on the most popular TV boxes based on SoC RK3318.
The HK1 Rbox R1 TV-Box supports dual-band WiFi 2.4G / 5G with an internal antenna and Bluetooth 4.0. Along the perimeter of the case are: a USB 3.0 port, a second USB 2.0 port, a LAN 10/100 port, an SPDIF digital audio output, an analog AV connector and an HDMI 2.0a port that allows you to output video with a resolution of up to 4K at 60 frames per second. The standard set-top box includes an infrared remote control, HDMI cable, power supply and user manual.
CPU: RK3318 Quad-Core 64bit Cortex-A53
GPU: Penta-Core Mali-450 Up to 750Mhz+
RAM: DDR3 2GB
ROM: EMMC 16GB
OS: Android 10.0
Ethernet: 10/100 standard RJ-45
WiFi: Built in 2.4G /5G
Video Decode: 4K VP9 Video Decoder, H.265/H.264 Video Decoder, VC-1, MPEG-1/2/4, VP6/8
3D: Support 3D Video Formats
Chipset RK3318 Quad-Core 64bit Cortex-A53
GPU Penta-Core Mali-450 Up to 750Mhz+
FLASH EMMC 16G
SDRAM 2GB DDR3
Power Supply DC 5V/2A
Power Indicator (LED) Power ON: Blue; Standby: Red
OS Android 10.0
HDR HDR10 and HLG modes
USB Host 1 x High speed USB 3.0, 3 x USB 2.0
Card Reader TF cards
HDD File System FAT16/FAT32/NTFS
Support Subtitle SRT/SMI/SUB/SSA/IDX+USB
High Definition Video Output 4K (4096x2160 pixel )
Got the Box about a week ago, worked like a charm, was even thinking of getting another, the today it just stopped playing and start flashing HK1 RBOX on the screen. I have tried unplugging it and that does not help. It says boot on the front but it just keeps doing that, it's been hours now. It also alternates between the red "Off" light and the blue "on" light.
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