TViX Xroid A1 Smart Multimedia Player
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Thoroughly testing hardware media players is something i really enjoy and that is quite easy for anyone to see since for the past 3 years I’ve reviewed and tested well over 30 such units from most leading companies in the field. Now the good thing with standalone hardware media players is that they offer better overall image quality than an HTPC (of course that depends on how much time you spend optimizing the players in that system and what hardware it carries), they take far less space and cost a lot less as well. The downside however is that they are pretty much limited into playing/streaming media content, watching/recording digital channels (if the unit is equipped with an DVB-T antenna), listening to online radio stations and in some cases they can even be used to visit a few popular websites but that's just about it. Well with the latest Xroid A1 Smart Media Player TViX plans on changing that for the better by incorporating the latest Android OS by Google.
TViX was shown to the market for the first time in the year of 2004 based on accumulated technologies and experiences of multimedia contents. In less than a year, TVIX became an instant-classic of the multimedia player with its innovative product design, user friendly interface and high compatibility of multimedia files. TVIX has evolved many years, and now is considered a premium brand. We are trying every day to generate the creative ideas and designs, to become a world-class leading multimedia player. With all those creative and everlasting innovations, TVIX is going to be the world best brand.
By using the latest Android OS by Google TViX wants to elevate the Xroid A1 from just being a very good media player to being a smart media player and by smart they mean being able to use the device for far more things than what your average media player can do. So you can actually surf the internet without limitations, share files online with your friends and basically use any Android compatible application on the internet. Personally although i enjoy watching things change for the best (and using Android is a positive step) i have to admit i am not much into downloading and using applications with my android based cellular phone so at least for me the same applies with the Xroid A1 and so with that in mind testing will be focused on pretty much everything but that.