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Kaiboer F5 Plus 4K Android TV Box Powered by Actions Semi ATM7039S SoC

May 11th, 2015 3 comments

Action Semi ATM7039 quad core Cortex A9 processor was launched in 2013 and can be found in low cost tablets, but the company has now launched ATM7039S processor, with similar features but adding 4K video support for OTT boxes, and Kaiboer F5 Plus is one of the first product to feature the new processor.

Kaiboer_F5_PlusKaiboer F5 Plus specifications:

  • SoC- Actions Semi ATM7039S quad core ARM Cortex A9r4 with PowerVR SGX544MP GPU
  • System memory – 2GB DDR3
  • Storage – 16GB + micro SD card slot (up to 32GB)
  • Video & Audio Output – HDMI 1.4b with HDCP 1.1 + AV port (RCA)
  • Video playback support – Up to 4K @ 30Hz – AVI, WMV, MOV, MKV, RM/RMVB, MP4/M4V, DivX/Xvid,FLV, 3GP, DAT, VOB, MPG/MPEG, AVS, ASF, TP, TRP, TS, M2TS/MTS. H.265, h.264, etc…
  • Connectivity – 10/100M Ethernet, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, and Bluetooth 4.0
  • USB – 2x USB 2.0 host ports
  • Misc – Power LED, reset button
  • Power Supply – 5V/2A
  • Dimensions – 187 x 128 x 24mm

Image source :imp3.net

The box is said to run YunOS 2.1 (Aliyun OS), based on AOSP, and it ships with a power supply, an HDMI cable, and a remote control. Kaiboer is not really interested in overseas market, so the interface will most probably only be only in Chinese, and you can have a glimpse in the review on imp3.net.

I could not find it on Aliexpress, but it’s listed for $99.99 on iAndroidTVbox. You can find more information about the processor on Actions Semi ATM7039S page.

Via AndroidPC.es

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3D Systems Cube and CubeX 3D Printers and Cubify Online Service

February 2nd, 2013 No comments

3D Systems was at CES 2013 to showcase their 3D printers, and their online 3D printing ecosystem called Cubify, where you can design your own model, order the object to be 3D printed, which is then shipped to your door.

They have 2 printers that are available for the home market:Cube 3D Printer

  • Cube 3D printer ($1,399)

Print size: 140 x 140 x 140 mm / Resolution: 200 microns

  • CubeX 3D printer ($2,799 to $4,399)

Print size: 275 mm x 265 mm x 240 mm / Resolution: 125 microns. The CubeX can support 1, 2, or 3 printer heads in order to print objects with multiple colors and/or materials.

Charbax shot a video with the company, and I’ve learnt quite a few interesting things about 3D printing:

  • It’s been around for nearly 30 years, but only used by the industry until recently.
  • 3D printing takes a lot of time. The small spaceship shown in the picture above takes 5 hours to print, a ring about 40 minutes, (designer) shoes take 7 to 10 hours to print in one of the industrial machines.
  • Cubify_3D_Printed_Samurai_Full_ColorThe body of drones are 3D printed, as well as hearing aid, and they produce 65,000 individually customized invisible aligners for teeth every day.
  • You can print in more than 3 colors, as 3D systems industrial machines supports up to 390,000 shades of color.
  • It does not have to be too expensive, as you can print even without a 3D printer, by sending your design to Cubify. The 3D samurai on the picture on the right (about the size of a hand) costs around $60 to print.
  • Business appears to be good.

The 3D printed guitar (Atom 3D) in the video is also pretty interesting, but it costs between $3000 to $4000 depending on the customization options.

Cubify also have a developers’ page that let people monetize 3D printing when people order prints via 2 options:

  • AppCreate for modelers – No programming knowledge is necessary, and this piece of software allows designers and modelers to create web apps for 3D printing.
  • Cubify API for developers – SOAP interface using OAuth. The company also provides a reference PHP implementation that wraps all of the web calls, as well as a sample HTML app. You need to design an app that creates 3D models, then uses the Cubify API to connect to the Cubify.com platform so that 3D printed creations are printed by Cubify Cloud Printing service and shipped out.
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