5 Good-priced Android HD Players

9/6/2012 9:36:03 AM

TizzBird F10 is the only model based mainly on Android OS while other rivals, like Coex CMC-M055 and HD Pro i6, and all have two operating systems.

During last year’s ending and this year’s beginning, the number of android models was too limited and the price was relatively high. However, at present, it’s not difficult to find a good product. With an amount of cash around $150, one person can have a HD player which uses Android OS, supports Wi-Fi and displays 3D contents well.

Though, most models in this price range all run on two parallel operating systems, one of which mainly serves HD and 3D features and another is Android OS for network and game. TizzBird F10 is a rare model using Android as its main and only foundation.

Below are 5 Android HD players with best prices at present.

1.     Coex CMC-M055

Description: Coex CMC-M055 has Android OS integrated, supports 3D and functions as a TV digital tuner

Coex CMC-M055 has Android OS integrated, supports 3D and functions as a TV digital tuner

This is an Android HD player having the best price at present because it costs only less than $150. It has just been imported to Vietnam by the end of last June. Aside from the advantage of price, CMC-M505 appeals to customers by its versatile 3D and HD display, many connectors, ability to receive and record TV digital signals. This product uses 2 operating systems, one of which is Android 2.2

2.     HiMedia HD900B

Description: HiMedia HD900B’s price has been lowered down to more than $150 since the product appeared on the market for half of a year.

HiMedia HD900B’s price has been lowered down to more than $150 since the product appeared on the market for half of a year.

HD900B is among Android models that first appear and run on two parallel operating systems. Similar to Coex, this device is equipped with Realtek RTD1186DD chipset that well supports HD and 3D features with HDMI 1.4a, yet this model doesn’t have any digital encoder. Its upside is that the HDD is flexibly opened and configured, which is much better than the Korean rival above.

RRP is now more than $150 although when released at the first time, it cost nearly $200.

3.     HD Pro i6

Description: This is a representative of the budget Android product line

This is a representative of the budget Android product line

Having the same price, specs and features of HiMedia HD 900B, HD Pro i6 is a model from Datage. The product also comes with Realtek 1186 chipset, supports 3D display and runs parallel on two operating systems, one of which is Android.

HD Pro i6 supports Wi-Fi. This enables users to enter and enjoy a lot of available online contents, use great features of Android web browser, or install extra games and Android software onto their HD player.

4.     TizzBird F10

Description: TizzBird with a compact design

TizzBird with a compact design

This is the only HD player solely using Android 2.3 OS. Direct development on Android makes the device’s features better and supports installing games and apps to a greater extent.

However, to have a price of $150 to compete with other dual-OS models, TizzBird F10 is much simplified by having a more compact size, less ports and not allowing for an internal 3.5-inch HDD’s installation.

5.     Kaiboer K670i

Description: Kaiboer K670i has the most tempestuous design

Kaiboer K670i has the most tempestuous design

Kaiboer is a budget brand in favor of many HD collectors. K670i is also the brand’s first Android model though its features are similar to other rivals: HD Pro i6 and HD900B. This device uses Realtek 118 chipset, runs on Android 2.2 and supports Internet features…

The RRP is $175.


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