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Xiaomi Mi TV Box EU Plug (Official International Version) - US $58.99 (~AU $84.85) Delivered @ 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 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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  • "HDMI 2.0 is a faster way to send video and audio output to your TV" - that's handy, I find the video takes too long to get to my TV on my HDMI 1.4 unit.

  • it can upgrade to Android Oreo through an update

    it will upgrade, whether you want it to or not. And once it does, Dolby Digital Plus will be broken. You may also have issues with your remote becoming unresponsive. If you plan to use this with a DD+ receiver, stay away. I'm having to use my 1st gen Chromecast to watch movies on Google Play Movies if I want surround sound.

    • Don't use DD+ but I can certainly vouch for having issues with the remote becoming unresponsive. Have to remove power cable and put back on to reboot it to become responsive again. Usually once a day.

      • Likewise, i rage purchased a Nvidia shield last week after having enough of the Mi Box issues.

      • I found if you just hold the power button that will usually wake up the remote and unit. Most of the time i use the TV's remote with hdmi cec passthru

        Or just asking google to turn on the box works as well.

  • This Vs Vodafone TV? Need a streaming device for catch up and Netflix soon.

    • Love my Vodafone tv Box …..$72, Australian warranty and power pack, has wifi and RJ45 for ethernet.

    • Just get the VTV.

      This site has a hard on for certain things (Eneloops, ‘discounted’ WISH gift cards, eBay 20% off codes etc) but there are plenty of better alternatives out there for cheaper.

    • Vodafone TV hasnt been patched since i have owned it, vodafone doesnt seem to be supporting them. The Mi Box is getting heaps of patching

  • I’ve two of these and the inability to load apps from the App Store is a real pain.

    • It is the same with any Android TV device. NVIDIA Shield has the same problem.

      You can sideload tho.

      • Absolutely not. I’ve got two other Android tv devices that load apps from the play store without issue.

        The Mi android box can barely load anything due to restrictions.

        • Didn't know it is more restrictive, but my NVIDIA Shield for instance can't just load anything off the play store without issue.

          • @serpserpserp: These are severely restricted and there are barely a handful of apps that load without having to be sideloaded. While side loading is easy enough, people in my house struggle with app access because they’re used to the two, unrestricted devices.

            I’d certainly not buy another one of these…..but that’s just my choice.

        • Sounds like you might of got a chinese mi box instead of an international version

    • What apps?

  • 4k netflix and Youtube?

  • Is this similar to the Mi Box S?

  • +1 vote

    I sometimes feel like I'm one of the few people who enjoy their trouble free Xiaomi Mi TV Box.

    I use it most days to stream TV, movies, and occasionally music. Sometimes it doesn't wake up until I press "up", and only rarely do I have to hard boot it.

    I mostly use Netflix, YouTube (via its inbuilt Chromecast), Amazon Prime Video, and Foxtel Now. I think the latter two had to be sideloaded.

    ABC iView, SBS On Demand, 7plus, and 10 Play are all on my box, which is every major station barring Nine Network. I'm pretty sure that they were all installed normally through the Play Store.

    The only downside to the box is that it has no RF antenna in for plain old free to air TV, unlike the Vodafone TV.

    The Mi Box is still updated by Xiaomi nearly 3 years after release. I've never had any problems with updates.

    I only have a 1080p plasma TV and an old sound system, so if the MiBox isn't fully compatible with fancier gear, then I've never noticed it.

    That's enough from me; back to Farscape S2 on Prime Video.

  • Just me or is this coming to $98.52?
    $94.62 without shipping guarantee.

    $8.61 of GST on it.

  • Anyone has any idea if this supports moonlight gamestreaming with 4k hdr?

  • Does Vodafone tv have ability to install apk file through file manager?