Eweat X9 a new TV-Box with S905X3 SoC and metal box

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Today we get a new TV-Box of the Eweat brand, it is the Eweat X9 model that assembles the new Amlogic S905X3 processor quite widespread in the market, has a metal box and external antenna to guarantee Wi-Fi coverage. On the front zone have a Led screen to show the information about the status of the TV-Box, time and active connections.

SoC, RAM and storage

The Eweat X9 TV Box includes the Amlogic S905X2 SoC as an engine, a Quad Core Cortex-A55 that reaches 1.8GHz and integrates a Mali-G31 MP2 GPU much more powerful than the classic Mali-450 and that carries a TruLife Gen 10 VPU for video playback with specific hardware for encoding and decoding. We have 4 GB of DDR3 RAM memory and 32 GB of eMMc storage memory that can be expanded from the microSD card reader that includes this equipment on one of its sides.

Other features

The Eweat X9 in the wireless connectivity section has a Wifi Ac Dual Band adapter and Bluetooth 4.0. The connectors included in the metal box are a USB 2.0 port, another USB 3.0, analog audio and video output port, a Gigabit Ethernet connector, SPDIF digital audio connector, microSD card reader and HDMI 2.1 video output.

The installed system is Android 9 Pie in its classic version and we have as standard among the IR remote control accessories.

Price and availability

  • The TVBox Eweat X9 can be purchased on Aliexpress.com only for $72.19 (€65.86) plus shipping, a 7-day demo of free IPTV service is included.

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What is the expected support level of this product line. I’m pretty unfamiliar with them. I also see that use a lot of Android 6. In the fourth quarter of 2019 that seems a little strange.
Their price to Value looks good, strong amlogic and Realtek chips used.
… Any feedback on their software, firmware reliability and performance would be appreciated, by anyone?

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