Mele X1000 supports Blu-ray navigation, 3D video playback



Posted by TG Daily Staff

The Mele X1000 is an Android TV Box powered by a Telechips TCC8935 dual core processor paired (ARM Cortex A9 @ 1.2GHz + Mali-400MP2 GPU) with 1GB RAM and 4GB Flash.



Additional key specs include 1x USB host, 1x micro USB, HDMI out, support for a number of audio and video formats, 10/100M Ethernet, 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, as well as support for DLNA, Miracast, NFS, SAMBA, BT and Web DAV.



According to CNX Software, the Mele X1000 ships with a power adapter, HDMI and AV cables, a USB cable, a remote control (without batteries) and a quick start guide. 



The TV box currently runs Android 4.2, although an upgrade to Android 4.4 is expected shortly. Base firmware includes Google Play, XBMC, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.

The Mele X1000 is available now for $199, including shipping.