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Best Android TV Box: Overall $225.00

Bullet King S22 The Bullet King S22 is an absolute beast, and our best overall Android device. Powered by an Amlogic S922X Hexa-Core CPU, 4GB of DDR4 RAM and 32Gb of eMMC storage, it’s easily the highest performing Android TV box to date. There’s more to the Bullet King S22 than just the raw numbers. One of the biggest improvements is the S922X 64 Bit Hexa Core processor that adds 8K Playback, Gigabyte Ethernet and Dual Band WiFi. The Bullet S22 incorporates an all new aluminum enclosure that provides an elegant design with excellent thermal reduction. Let’s be honest though. The Bullet King S22 is not cheap but its well worth the investment. It’s natural to make comparisons but, with it’s amazing performance, beautiful metal case and the added 8K playback, custom firmware and gigabyte ethernet , it’s definitely in a league of its own. The Bullet King S22 is simply the Ultimate Media Player running a Highly Optimized Custom Android TV operating system. If you’re tired of cheap Android boxes that you need to upgrade every couple of years, then the Bullet King S22 is a great way to future proof your system.

 

Best Android TV Box: Runner Up $170.00

Bullet X3 Here you’re getting the amazing Amlogic S905X3. Where the Bullet Box X3 really shines is it’s whopping 32GB of storage space. When you combine that with the full 4GB of onboard system Ram memory and an HDMI 2.0 port, Gigabyte Ethernet, Gigabyte WiFi, USB 3.0 you’ve got the power to easily play 4K videos at 60 fps. With our Custom Firmware this is an excellent proven performer!

 

Best Android TV Box : Value $140.00

Bullet X2 The Bullet Box X2 features the Amlogic S905X2 CPU with an external antenna for stable signal transmission,4 K ultra high resolution playback, 4GB of LPDDR Ram and 32 GB high capacity storage. This Device Features our Vortex Custom Firmware designed for Speed and Performance.

 

Must Have :Amlogic CPU

The first “must have” feature is an Amlogic CPU. They’re not the only CPU-maker for Android boxes, but they’re easily the best performing and most reliable. Amlogic has been making the brains behind most Android boxes for almost a decade . Quality Android TV boxes run Amlogic CPU’s. From S905X,S905X2,S905X3 to S922x Amlogic CPU's are simply the best. I won’t even consider an Android box without it.

 

Must Have :System Memory RAM

The next thing to look for is 2 or better still 4 gigabytes of RAM. However, there’s a little bit more flexibility in this rule than the others, so let me explain. Most Android boxes come with somewhere between 1 GB and 4 GB of memory. Although more is better, there’s a point of diminishing return after 4 gigabytes. System Memory (RAM) affects how snappy it feels when you’re moving around menus and It’s a big factor in how smooth video playback is. Sure network speed is a important, and we’ll get to that next but the video file needs to be loaded into memory before it can be displayed on your screen. Bullet Boxes are specifically tuned to get the maximum performance out of their onboard RAM.

 

Must Have: A Quality Internet Connection

If you want the best, most consistent, performance out of your Android box you will need a quality internet connection. Hook it up via an Ethernet cable if you can . Although Wi-Fi speeds have come a long way in recent years we have added a lot of wireless devices to our home networks over that same time. The more devices on your network, the less bandwidth is available for each of those devices. We realize that not everybody has the option of connecting your Android TV box to your network with an Ethernet cable, and that’s OK too. If you want to use Wi-Fi look for one of our Bullet boxes with an external antenna which will give you the very best Wi-Fi reception. We recommend a minimum of 30mbps for each person in the house.

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Are Android boxes illegal?


Absolutely not! There’s nothing inherently illegal with an Android box. It is simply a streaming device running the pure Android TV operating system.


That said, there are some apps or streaming sites that could be illegal to use, depending on your country’s laws and regulations. However those same apps and streaming sites would also be illegal to use on your smartphone and tablets.


Do you need internet for an Android box?


For the most part yes but not totally necessarily. You can play video files from your local network, external hard drive, or flash drive without needing an internet connection. However if you want to stream content from sources like Netflix, Disney Plus, Amazon Prime or other streaming sites, you will need to be connected to the internet to do so.

Can an Android box play Netflix?


Absolutely! There’s a catch however. Netflix blocks 4K and HD content from devices that they haven’t specifically been certified for. That means even if you have an incredibly powerful Android box, you’re limited to standard definition video .




How long do Android boxes last?


Similar to smartphones and tablets, the usable life of an Android box is usually between four to six years.


While it’s highly unlikely that they will break down during that time, newer apps constantly come out that push the limits of the device’s hardware. They require more memory and more CPU power to run. Eventually you’ll reach a point where your Android box simply isn’t powerful enough to run them. Then it’s time to upgrade.

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