Beelink GS-King X a new TV-Box with S922X-H and space for two 3.5″ disks

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The Beelink brand presents a new TV-Box model called Beelink GS-King X that is still in an initial phase of development and may change some of its specifications. This Android TV-Box surprises us with its large metal box, inside which we have the powerful Amlogic S922X-H SoC and accommodation for two 3.5″ SATA disks with support up to 16TB, although Beelink tells us that they could be even more capacity.

SoC, RAM and storage

The Beelink GS-King X includes the Amlogic S922X-H SoC, a Hexa Core manufactured in 12nm with 4x ARM Cortex-A73 processors capable of reaching 1.8Ghz + 2 RAM Cortex-A53 processors that reach 1.9Ghz. The GPU is an ARM Mali-G52 MP6. At the VPU level we have the Amlogic Video Engine (AVE-10) processor with all kinds of HDR support, Dolby Vision, Advanced HDR10, HDR10+ and HLG among others. The RAM is 4GB LPDDR4 and the storage is 64GB eMMc expandable thanks to an SD card reader. A SoC that we saw in detail in the Beelink GT-King Pro review and that allows us to play and run any current app.

Other features

Regarding wireless connectivity, it has WiFi aC 2T2R + Bluetooth with internal antennas. At the interface level we have the on the back two USB 3.0 ports, Gigabit Ethernet network connector, three audio connectors SPDIF + Audio (L / R) 3.5mm + RCA Output + Bal Audio (L / R) 6.25mm, connector HDMI 2.0b with 4K@60fps support HDR compatible and Dolby and DTS 7.1 sound.

Among the accessories we have a flymouse remote control with microphone and voice functions, the operating system is Android 9.0 compatible with Google Assistant. It has HDCP 2.2 and Widevine L1 certifications.

Price and availability

  • The Beelink GS-King X but is expected to hit the market in late May at a price of $300.

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Marius Cirsta

This one would be really nice if it were fanless. It could serve as both NAS and TVBox. On the other hand I have two different devices one for NAS and one for TV box which serve me quite well.
It will be very interesting to also see how the hard drives are attached , is it just some USB to SATA or something fancier.

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