G-BOX Q3 Plus Review

G-BOX Q3 Plus Review The Q3 Plus comes from Matricom, a company who I haven’t heard much about. I do have to say after using this box for a couple of months, it’s my current daily driver and favourite box to date. Specs: DIMENSIONS 12.5 x 12. 4 x 2.1 cm CPU Amlogic S905x Quad-Core @ 1.5 GHz GPU Penta-Core Mali-450 (up to 750 MHz+) MEMORY 2GB DDR3 RAM STORAGE 16 GB Flash Drive (plus, external...[Read More]

Review: Venz V10

In our latest Android TV box review, we’re taking a look at the Venz V10.   Internet shopping sites are filled with Android TV boxes, basically the same Android experience you have on your phone or tablet but now on your big screen. There’s nothing new or exciting happening with the experience even though Google tried(?) to launch a locked down version of the OS as Android TV on l...[Read More]

Review: U4 Quad Hybrid

In our latest Android TV box review, we take a look at the U4 Quad Hybrid. With a choice of TV inputs and Android functionality included, par to the course we’ll break things down and give our opinions on the particular aspects that are important when deciding to purchase a set top box like this. We’ve reviewed numerous Android Boxes like the U4 Quad Hybrid before on the site. I person...[Read More]

Review: Minix z64 Review

Review: Minix z64 Review MINIX are a good guy company in my eyes. Each box I have been sent has been great, and I haven’t had a single issue. This month Minix announced the latest addition to their device lineup. It comes in the form of the Minix Neo Z64 Mini PC. This name is fitting as this small device rocks the stability of Minix with PC-grade performance. It’s powered by an Intel Z...[Read More]

Minix X8 Plus – Review

The Minix X8 Plus packs a lot of power for such a small box Minix X8 Plus – Review Nope, you are not seeing a double post. Last month I reviewed the MINIX NEO X8-H Plus, it was probably my favourite review item to date.  The X8-H Plus was a higher end device and came it at a little over £175 with a A2 remote. MINIX have now released a lower end version called the X8 Plus, but what’s the diff...[Read More]

The Boxtrolls – Review

If you can’t get enough of “The Boxtrolls” you no longer need to spend £10 to go see it at the cinema. You can sit at home or anywhere really and play “The Boxtrolls: Slide ‘N’ Sneak” published by RED Games. Being the official game you get artwork from the film, sounds and even voice acting blended seamlessly into the gameplay. For the grand price of £$0.00 you get 30 levels spanning 4 different a...[Read More]

WallBox – Review

A wallpaper application that is a one stop shop for editing wallpapers! To submit wallpapers: The joys of Android customising, and the massive communities around Google Plus, show that guys and gals like arranging home screens often with awesome icon packs and clean wallpapers.  ( I’ll be honest I change things far too much but I can’t help m...[Read More]