MECOOL KM2 Plus Deluxe, certified Box with Dolby Vision and 4/32GB

Today we found by surprise a new version of the Android TV-Box MECOOL KM2 Plus Deluxe, a Netflix certified system that incorporates Dolby Vision.

This box, as we will see, has been substantially modified, but strangely enough it has not changed its name. We have Android TV 11 system certified by Google, integrated Chromecast, Bluetooth remote with microphone included for Google Assistant and certified by Netflix with Dolby Vision support. In addition, we also have 4 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage, new Wi-Fi 6 adapter and Gigabit Ethernet port.

For reference, you have available our review of the Amlogic S905X4 SoC to see its performance and multimedia capabilities.

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MECOOL KM2 Plus Deluxe Specifications

The new version of the MECOOL KM2 Plus Deluxe Smart Box has the same AMlogic S905X4 SoC, a Quad Core manufactured in 12 nm. A chip with low-power ARM Cortex-A55 processors that theoretically reach 2 GHz speed. It integrates a mid-range Mali-G31 MP2 GPU that allows us to play several demanding titles within the limitations of Android TV as an environment.

The integrated VPU has AV1 decoding, it also includes HDR, HDR10, HLG support and in this new version we have Dolby Vision active. As for audio, it supports up to Dolby Atmos officially without problems.

It has double the RAM with 4 GB DDR4 and for storage 32 GB eMMc that we can expand with a micro SD card reader that we find between the connectors.

Other features

In terms of wireless connectivity, we have Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0. The included connectors are a USB 2.0, another USB 3.0, SPDIF, AV connector, IR jack, Gigabit Ethernet and an HDMI 2.1 video output with support for up to 4K@60fps resolutions with HDR and Dolby Vision support.

As usual, HDMI cable, Bluetooth remote control with integrated microphone to use Google Assistant and power supply are included to be able to use this Smart Box right out of the box.

Price on offer

mecool KM2 Plus v2

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Nonsense imho. old 12nm SoC with some more memory and GbEthernet+wifi6+bt5 (ie, a modern lan connection set). Good for 80$, too expensive for 130$. An without any DVB-T2 / S2 or DVB-I tuner

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