GeekBuying: NEXBOX T5 Licensed Windows10 Intel Z8300 MINI PC 2G/32G WIFI Bluetooth USB3.0 HDMI H.265

 

 

Pre-installed Windows 10

NEXBOX T5 is pre-installed with Windows 10 home, so that our users are able to enjoy the advanced functions of Windows OS directly. Moreover, the built-in Cortana in Windows 10 can turn it into a work assistant as well as life-partner. With Windows 10 OS, you can sync game display to any devices of Windows 10 OS. What an amazing scenario! When your friends are watching football matches on TV, you can play games on Xbox and display on another PC screen.

Intel Cherry Trail Z8300

Intel Atom X5 Z8300 has an average performing CPU with a maximum clock speed of 1,440.00 MHz. It has 4 core(s), resulting in extremely efficient multi-tasking when compared to dual core processors.

2GB DDR3 RAM, 32GB eMMC Flash

It boasts DDR3 2GB RAM, and eMMC 32GB Flash, advantageous in performance, security and reliability, ascribing to the eMMC memory, ultimately delivering a richer end-user experience.

H.265 Decoding

H.265 (or HEVC), a major buzz for its huge gains in compression efficiency, may be poised to overtake its forefather H.264 the foundation of most online video.


Note:

Firmware can be used to update your TV Box device. However, please note that firmware is usually suitable to a specific hardware platform, and if you use it on another non-compatible device of TV box, you may brick your device. For TV Box with Amlogic CPU, you should know this useful tool: Amlogic USB Burning Tool.

Firmware upgrade with USB Burning Tool

This method is used for most firmware distributed online. If you have a single firmware file, normally an .img file or extension, you need to use another Windows tool called USB Burning Tool. If for some reasons, your firmware is badly damaged, and can’t access the recovery mode, that may be the only way to unbrick your board. Follow the steps below.

Know more:
How to Download Amlogic USB Burning Tool
How to Install the Amlogic USB Burning Tool on your PC
Step by step! How to Use the Amlogic USB Burning Tool to Flash Firmware