The world’s smallest computer CuBox-i 4×4 for XBMC Kodi player, Android TV Box and Linux

4×4 is the high end model of the CuBox-i family including Quad Core, 4GB of
memory size and many enhanced features.

regiment the miniature computers arrived. Desktop computers are getting
smaller, not yielding in functionality its full length relatives. PC, similar
to a USB flash drive, has long been present in the range of electronics stores,
and today’s hero CuBox-i 4×4, ultra-compact too, will appreciate the fans of

Credit: SolidRun
company unveiled a tiny SolidRun CuBox-i 4×4, in the form of a cube with a side
length of 5 cm and is available in black or white color options. About the
weight is not known, but think, that he is very light. It features 4Gb of RAM
and an eSATA port and claims to be “the smallest ARM quad core 4GB minicomputer.
The “4×4″ refers to the device’s 4 cores and 4Gb of RAM.

few mini PCs come with a massive 4Gb of RAM, with a handful of devices such as
the excellent UGOOS UT3S belonging to that exclusive club. Whether all 4Gb is
addressable is yet to be seen, with a forum post between a Cubox user and
SolidRun CTO Rabeeh Khoury suggesting that only 3.8Gb may actually be usable.

CuBox-i 4×4 Technical Specifications

to the CuboxTV, the CuBox-i 4×4 is powered by the Freescale i.MX6 chipset,
which is a quadcore Cortex A9 with a Vivante GC2000 GPU. Also of interest is
theCuBox-i 4×4’s eSATA port which will surely be useful to those needing to
transfer large amounts of data such as videos to the device.

enumeration is enough for “smooth” work Android 4.4 KitKat and viewing video in
Full HD (with a bit rate of 100 Mbps). 
CuBox-i 4×4 comes with the CuBox-i 4×4 mini PC, Power Adapter ( 110V / 220V )
and an 8GB Micro SD Class 10 card preloaded with either OpenELEC or Android 4.4
KitKat, depending on your preference.

you’re wanting to get a CuBox-i 4×4 for yourself, they are available for
pre-order from the SolidRun
store or NewEgg for around $170. According to SolidRun, orders are expected
to ship at the end of May. (Source: SolidRun)


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