ONENUTS Nut 1 Android TV Box Features Amlogic S912

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After revealing the ONENUTS T1 Windows projector/tablet/PC hybrid a while ago, the oddly-named company is back again with the ONENUTS Nut 1 Android TV box.

Running Android 6.0.1 and powered by the octacore Amlogic S912, the ONENUTS Nut 1’s specs place it in the higher end of Amlogic S912 devices. Inside it’s bright blue (?!) aluminium case, you’ll find 2GB of DDR3 RAM, 16GB of eMMC storage, dual band wireless AC, Ethernet, and Bluetooth 4.0.

Based on the marketing material, it appears that the ONENUTS Nut 1 will feature a custom launcher, OTA updates and some sort of “customised” Kodi installation – though I’m assuming it’ll just be pre-installed with the usual set of add-ons.

Inside the box, you’ll get the ONENUTS Nut 1 Android TV box, IR remote, HDMI cable, power adapter, user manual and, most interestingly, a carry case – though I’m not sure how often you’d be moving around your Android TV box.

Where to Buy the ONENUTS Nut 1

The ONENUTS Nut 1 doesn’t seem to be available for purchase though you can contact SZTomato for more info.

ONENUTS Nut 1 Technical Specifications

General

  • Processor
    AMLogic S912
  • CPU CPU
    Quad-Core Cortex-A53 up to 2.0GHz
  • GPU
    Penta-Core ARM® Mali™-450
  • Operating System
    Android 6.0 Marshmallow
  • RAM
    2GB DDR3
  • Storage
    16GB eMMC
    Micro SD Card Slot (up to 64GB)
  • Other Features
    IR Sensor
    LED Screen
  • Power
    5V/2A

Interfaces

  • Video Output
    HDMI 2.0
    Composite
  • Audio Output
    HDMI 2.0
    SP-DIF
  • Other Interfaces
    2 x USB 2.0
    Micro SD Card Slot

Connectivity

  • WiFi
    Dual Band Wireless AC
  • Ethernet
    1000Mbps
  • Bluetooth
    4.0

Physical

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    saor

    With more 4k streaming coming online and the bigger clampdown on pirate content these boxes are beginning to look underpowered and obsolete.

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    saor

    Their really firing these boxes out. All pretty generic at this stage.

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    Yeah, I’m finding the same thing (it may even come out in my writing :P). They’re all pretty much the same which means support will be the differentiator.