Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Podoor T518 Television Box with Quad-Core CPU for Less Than $80

Podoor T518 is no other than a humble portable device capable of streaming Android applications in a one stop process. User can directly plug this pocket-size module to any television set or monitor. A plug-and-play device with a built-in application launcher designed to work in wide screens. That includes an adjustable Wi-Fi antenna for network connectivity and guess what, a quad-core CPU beneath a flash drive like appearance.

W2Comp is selling Podoor T518 television box for about $80.00 only. Compared to other Android-powered gaming box and alike, this might be the low cost device I ever seen to surface online. A budget-friendly and affordable television module with Rockchip RK3188 ARM Cortex-A9 processor paired with 2GB of RAM and 8GB built-in storage.

Podoor T518 Television Box with Quad-Core CPU

Aside from Wi-Fi, Podoor T518 is also equipped with Bluetooth technology for transferring files from any supported device. Capable of working as a typical computer from its amazing size. In addition to the above specs, it has a USB (2 x MicroUSB and 1 x regular-sized) ports, MicroSD card slot for additional storage or for retrieval of files, and HDMI adapter.

Furthermore, Podoor T518 is capable of streaming live videos from Internet-connected resources and even playing of Android-enabled games in big screens. Compared to Zero Devices Z6C television box and Mad Catz M.O.J.O. gaming console, both are powered by the same operating system but the packaging is really different.



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