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Topic # 150491 24-Jul-2014 13:30
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Just got it today..



Will have a full review in the next couple of days..


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  Reply # 1094991 24-Jul-2014 14:26
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Nice, looking forward to it. It'll be interesting to see how well this runs XBMC.

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  Reply # 1101247 3-Aug-2014 19:11
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Any further info on this? I'm interested also.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1101290 3-Aug-2014 20:42
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Interesting.

I just purchased a unit to fill a similar niche (Minix X8-H) which has recently arrived and been unboxed. It also claims to do 4K video. Haven't yet had time to have much of a play with it, other than verifying that it works. My quick play found it zippy and responsive, although I don't have a compatible screen or any source material to test 4K capability.

This seems like a much better unit than mine spec wise - although mine only cost $NZ 175 laughing

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  Reply # 1101292 3-Aug-2014 20:46
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Oh interesting. I think the main difference is that the NP-1 streams 4K content via it's 4K UltraFlix channel.



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  Reply # 1101325 3-Aug-2014 21:56
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My review has been a little delayed due to some issues with the Box which will be revealed.

Yes the NP-1 is a normal Android box and NanoTechs  source of 4K Material (Via Ultraflix) is quite limited but I should have a review in the next few days I hope.

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  Reply # 1104606 8-Aug-2014 09:17
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Any closer to that review Lennon? Looking forward to it!



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  Reply # 1104613 8-Aug-2014 09:56
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nzlotrfan: Any closer to that review Lennon? Looking forward to it!


Will finish it this weekend

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  Reply # 1108756 15-Aug-2014 00:08
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Any further update?

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