H96 Max M3 a small Stick with Rockchip RK3528 processor

The TV-Sticks with the low-cost Rockchip RK3528 processor arrive in stores, since today we find the new and small H96 Max M3.

A small device that comes accompanied by Android 13 as OS and Wi-Fi 6 connectivity as a positive point. As is normal in this type of format we have practically no connectors available, so it is worth being clear about the use we give it, since I know it can fall short in many aspects. By including the RK3528 SoC, this small mediaplayer can serve us without problems as a multimedia player, even in 4K resolution, to run apps, basic games and little else.

Remember that this type of TV-Sticks does not have certificates to view video on paid streaming platforms in high resolution, there are other options for this.

H96 Max M3

H96 Max M3 Specifications

The small TV-Stick H96 Max M3 includes a Rockchip RK3528 processor. This Chip is a Quad Core with ARM Cortex-A53 processors that go up to 2.0 Ghz and a modest ARM MALI-450 MP2 GPU whose clock speed is unknown to us.

For RAM, we have a single version with 2 GB DDR3 and for storage we find 16 GB. This time we do not have a micro SD card reader to expand the storage memory, we can only do it through the single USB port.

Other features

In the field of wireless connectivity, we have a good endowment this time, with Wi-Fi 6 with internal antenna and Bluetooth 5.0. As connectors, we find in its small plastic body a single USB 2.0 port, a 3.5 mm jack for the infrared receiver and an HDMI 2.0 video output port that allows us to take video up to 4K@60fps resolutions.

A simple infrared remote control with a microphone to give commands to voice assistants, a power supply and an HDMI cable are delivered with the Box H96 Max M3 to be able to start using this Box just by taking it out of the box and connecting it to our TV.

Price and availability

H96 Max M3 RK3528

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