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Xiaomi Mi TV Box EU Plug (Official International Version) - US $54.99 (~AU $81.27) Delivered @ GearBest


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

Main Features:
● 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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  • Is this a new/upgraded version or the same Mi TV box that has been around for a few years now?

    • "it can upgrade to Android Oreo through an update.

      That looks like the update some owners of the Vodafone TV box are complaining they can't get, and some owners of the 'around a few years' box say they wished they hadn't.
      That's a good thing [TM] as most glitches and annoyances are known, as with the Voda box. They are about par on price, have their fans and are both updatable app-wise unlike how a top-line Samsung Smart TV sometimes turns out not to be after a couple of years.

    • Its the oldish one and should update.
      Works pretty well

    • Old = Mi Box 3, New = Mi Box S
      Very little difference; hardware, RAM, wifi, etc. all essentially the same. Not worth an upgrade if you already have the Mi Box S, but if you're new or adding an additional device, the Mi Box S is the current one.

  • +1 vote

    Hi OP, are you a product/store rep? Or you just like this product a whole lot?

  • So what's better, this or the Vodafone TV box?

  • Is this better than Vodafone TV Box?

    • This one updates to Oreo. The Vodafone box has a built-in tuner, plus ethernet, and looks like it is sticking on Nougat. These are "TV" android, so you are mainly seeing 'consumer' apps such as NetfLix, i-View, spotify, YouTube and the like.

  • I have the MiBox, from May 2017. Oreo broke a lot, including remote pairing, Dolby Digital +, and stability. But most of these are now fixed; Dolby Digital Plus works again in Play Movies, and also works great when casting Amazon Prime (which now support Chromecast - no need to sideload app anymore which only supported Stereo).

    My only remaining gripe is that if you leave it in standby, and turn it on again after a number of days, it is as if it suffered a memory leak; it becomes very laggy and applications won't start. So I rarely turn it on by the remote - I turn it on by power cycling it.

    • Mine turns on 2nd or 3rd attempt at most after a long sleep. That’s with original remote though which I am happy with. Third market USB wireless remote can’t turn it on in most cases.

  • I have an Amazon Firestick would this be any better for streaming tv/movies?

    • I have a Firestick too, but I only ever use it for Amazon Prime Video as I find the interface on Android TV is better. For everything else I use the older version of this box. Prime Video is now meant to be compatible with Android TV (it used to be blocked but now Amazon and Google are playing nicely) but it won't let me load it on my older box. Anyone know if this newer one supports it?

  • Does anyone know how to get mobdro or kodi on a Vodafone box?

  • Support 5.1 Surround Sound Output: No
    It outputs only 2.0

    I have had one this sitting in my drawer for a while.

  • Showing USD58.99 / AUD$87 for me

  • This thing is still sold at more than $80. I bought my Mi Box 3 for ~AU$75 around two years ago.

  • Annoys the crap out of me that the Telstra TV doesn't support DTS audio… Unbelievable that my old 5 year tv does mkv with DTS, and my TTV3 that I got earlier this year, doesn't