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In my last post, How to Choose the Right Android TV Box in My Home (Part 2), I briefly covered the different kinds of TV Boxes that can run Android. In this part, I will introduce you to the four different kinds of Android TV boxes – the Sony Vaio, Panasonic TV, Samsung TV and The Google TV.
To begin with, here is how I think we might use the four different Android TV Box types.
Sony Vaio is a good box. The Sony Vaio is based on an AOSP based OS and runs Android TV. The Sony Vaio includes Android 4.2 out of the box and comes with 2GB RAM and 64GB ROM. The VAIO V20 comes with the latest version of Android OS and is based on Android 4.0. The VAIO V1 and V1e contain 16GB of Memory and will run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
The VAIO V10 and V10e come with an upgraded version of Android OS and are based on Android 4.2, which is the KitKat version. The VAIO V3, V2-2 and VAIO V1 come with an upgraded Android 4.2 and are based on Android 4.1
Panasonic TV is a great box. The Panasonic TV is based on a very clean Android based OS – Moki, based on Android 4.2 (Jelly Bean) and runs on 3.1 Ghz Intel processor and has 2 GB RAM and 64GB ROM. You can get the Panasonic TV with an additional 32GB of Memory and 128GB ROM.
The Panasonic TV supports both Wifi and Bluetooth so you can use it simultaneously with other Android boxes, as long as each has the correct Wifi access point.
The Samsung TV is one of the most popular Smart TVs in the market. The Samsung TV runs on Android OS 4.1 Jelly Bean which can be upgraded to KitKat. The Samsung TV runs on a 64GB ROM and comes with an expandable 64GB Flash Memory. The Samsung TV supports both Wifi and Bluetooth so you can use it with other Android TV boxes, as long as each has the correct Wifi access point.
The Samsung TV supports up to 16x SD HD, and 720p HD and has 4x USB ports, and 3.5mm Audio inputs. The
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