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(Official International Version) Xiaomi Mi Box 3 US $55.99 (~AU $75.38) + Free Shipping @ GearBest


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Android TV box supports Bluetooth voice remote control
You can catch your favorite TV shows, play games, watch the news or switch to radio.
Mi box also supports Google Cast.

Main Features:

● It runs on the latest Android TV 6.0 which is easy to enjoy your entertainment time, it can upgrade to Android Oreo through an update.
● A high performance of Quad-core Cortex-A53 CPU can play a wide range of games.
● A Bluetooth voice remote control: Just speak into the remote control and Mi box will search for what you want.
● HDR 4K H.265 VP9 Profile-2 4K Decoding will provide you with a scene in vivid contrast, color and clarity.
● HDMI 2.0 is a faster way to send video and audio output to your TV.
● It also supports both Dolby and DTS encodings which create you smooth and surround sound.

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  • Are there any boxes that will record and that allow you to configure both Optus Sports and Fox Sports if you subscribe to both through the internet? That's my nirvana.

    • Terrarium app on this box allows you to save streams. You can then remote into the box via your network of via USB stick.

      I use a USB 3 3 port with RJ45 adapter to connect to the network rather than run on wifi because I dont have a great internet connection. The box works well. Having additional usb ports allows you to not only save streams but to connect wireless keyboards and usb mouse.

      While I use a Logitech Bluetooth keyboard with built in mouse pad, you really do need a mouse and keyboard to navigate more comfortably, not to mention convenience of having a volume up/down key and a play/pause key.

  • If you're looking at getting this, go for this deal which is from AU and cheaper, ends today.

    • +3 votes

      Above deal also allows one to pay an extra $7.11 for an AU power supply (5.2v 2.1amp). Decent price and handy to save using an adaptor (plus you end up with the original spare in the box).

  • what is the difference between mibox 3 and mibox 4?

  • Does this Chromecast in 4K (negating the need to purchase a chrome chromecast ultra)?

    • Yeap, believe so. I use if for Chromecast but not yet tried 4K as internet is too slow.

  • What kinda box can I use to record my TV so that I can skip my ads? Can I use this one? I pay $15pm for the Optus box and can really do with saving that money… Any tips?

    • To record your TV, you would need a PVR-type setup. Android/AppleTV boxes do have that fucntionality.
      However, using these boxes there are countless streaming apps that can give you far more than you would get from the Optus/FetchTV box, on-demand viewing from all of the Australian networks and movies and TV from most international networks, like Netflix/Amazon/Hulu/etc. If you want to download before watching, just add a USB drive to one of these boxes, plugin your internet and then search google for the best android .apk to get for what you want to view.

      • Thank you @krzystoff! So I can buy this box, slap on 128gb, download & install an .apk (through the app store or side loading) & then save me $15 a month? That sounds so easy!

        • It does souns easy however only for some things.

          Nothing is as simple as a PVR like Optus, Foxtel or a home PVR for recording TV etc. This is not the same as one can't set to record TV shows in advance eg, Worldcup, Tour de France, Favourite TV shows etc. It's more for streaming live content, whether it be via Chromecast, shows you have stored locally or for using the various subscription service like Netflix etc.

          Sure there are freebie TV channels out there but finding what you want is the hard part and freebies that are reliable and dont buffer during play. I use both i.e. A PVR for recording TV and this for playing live stuff and subscriptions.

        • @Borg: very good information to have. What pvr do you use? Any tips to get out of the $15pm.from Optus?

        • I can't recommend any specific PVR as they differ a lot. Your Optus one may well include a variety of Optus channels/apps. My PVR I just use for recording free to air tv and don't use any other built in apps which are slow and outdated. I use the Mibox for those eg. Netflix, SBS, ABC Kodi, Chromecast and so on
          Just make sure it has at least a 500GB+ hard drive for recording to and min of dual HD tuners built in.
          Perhaps Google "Best PVR 2018 Australia" to see what's out there that meets your budget and specific requirements.

        • @Borg: I do the exact same thing, just record free to air channels to skip the ads. Thanks again!

  • It runs on the latest Android TV 6.0


    • out of the box. I've just had 8.0 finally pushed to my 3 miboxes last week. Happy days!

  • on this box you can save files natively using Terrarium app.