X10 MAX Smart Box with 4/32GB for less than $30


New Box based on the low-end RK3318 Quad Core SoC and moved by Android 9.0, this time under the name of X10 MAX. A new Smart Box with a hardware within what is in its range, but with a fairly cheap price to have 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage that is the only difference we find with other boxes equipped with the same Quad Core Chip.

Basic review

The general power of the Smart TV-box X10 MAX can be seen in the review of one of the similar TV-Boxes that we have already analyzed. This box with Android can work as a basic player with KODI or IPTV even in 4K resolutions and we can also run simple games without too much demand for resources. Remember that this cheap Box does not have secured support and does not have DRM certificates, so we can only watch Netflix in basic image quality. If you are interested in watching paid streaming in HD and 4K quality you can see our TV-Box list with compatible DRM certificates.

SoC, RAM and storage

The X10 MAX Smart Box integrates the Rockchip RK3318 SoC as an engine, which has four ARM Cortex-A53 processors capable of reaching 1.5Ghz and a Mali-450 MP5 GPU that includes native H.265 and VP9 video decoding even in resolutions 4K@60fps HDR. It has 4 GB of DDR3 RAM and 32 GB of eMMc storage memory that we can expand by adding a memory card in the included microSD card reader.

Other features

At the wireless connection level this Smart TV Box includes WiFi Dual Band and Bluetooth 4.0. On the perimeter of the box we have a USB 3.0 port, a USB 2.0, 10/100 Ethernet network connector, analog audio and video jack and an HDMI 2.0a port that allows up to 4K@60fps video resolutions. The classic IR remote control and an HDMI cable are included among the accessories of the standard version.

Price and availability in stores

  • The TV-Box X10 MAX can be purchased on Aliexpress.com only for $29.99 (€27.61) with free shipping.

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