CuBox-i review – A mini PC runs Android and Linux

CuBox-i

The CuBox-i is a mini PC, offers great flexibility. SolidRun developed this mini PC. SolidRun released its first mini PC in 2011 itself, but it didn’t do quite well. This time it came up with 4 CuBox-i models with its unique features. It is of size 2x2x2 and can be our Multimedia Streamer (Linux’s Kodi, Android’s Netflix), Storage source, mini personal computer and running many open source applications.

Specifications of 4 CuBox-I Models:

Specification CuBox-i1 CuBox-i2 CuBox-i2Ultra CuBox-i4Pro
CPU i.MX6
Single Core
i.MX6
Dual Core
i.MX6
Dual Core
i.MX6
Quad Core
Clock Speed 1GHz 1GHz 1GHz 1GHz
OS Android
Linux
Android
Linux
Android
Linux
Android
Linux
RAM 512MB
32bit
800Mbps
1GB
64bit
800Mbps
1GB
64bit
1066Mbps
2GB
64bit
1066Mbps
GPU
Graphics GC880 GC880 GC2000 GC2000
External Connectivity
Micro SD Yes Yes Yes Yes
USB (RS-232) No No Yes Yes
eSATA No No 3Gbps SATA2 3Gbps SATA2
Ethernet 10/100Mbps 10/100Mbps 10/100/1000Mbps 10/100/1000Mbps
Wi-Fi Optional Optional Yes Yes
Connectivity IR Rx IR Rx IR Tx/Rx IR Tx/Rx
Bluetooth Optional Optional Yes Yes
Audio Output
Optical SPDIF Yes Yes Yes Yes
Video Output
HDMI 1080p 3D Support 3D Support 3D Support 3D Support
RTC with back up Battery No No Yes Yes

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Bottom Line:

CuBox is a low-power PC to learn new computer skills. This is open source based computer. It allows you to explore various technologies. It’s very simple, portable and very handy.

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