Jesurun Xplus H25 Mini PCs with Rotating HDMI Port, DLNA Support

Jesurun Xplus H25 mini PCs are typical Android 4.0 AllWinner A10 and Rockchip RK3066 mini PCs, expect for one slight mechanical difference: The HDMI male port can rotate and possibly allow the mini PC to be inserted directly into the TV in case where other may not. Of course, one option could always be to buy a cheap HDMI rotating adapter or an HDMI cable to connect the device, but I find having this option within the device is neater.

Let’s look at the specs of the single core version:

  • SoC – AllWinner A10 with Mali-400 GPU
  • System Memory – 1GB RAM
  • Storage – 4GB NAND Flash + TF card slot
  • USB – 1x USB 2.0 OTGX + 1x  USB HOST + 1x mini USB HOST
  • WiFi – 802.11b/g/n
  • Video Container Formats – AVI, MKV, TS, TP, TRP, M2TS, MPG, MP4, M4V, MOV, VOB, MVC(3D) ISO, IFO, DAT, WMV, ASF/RM, RMVB, FLV, Flash(10.3),RTMP,MMS
  • Video Out –  HDMI (up to 1080 P)
  • Audio Out – HDMI, L/R stereo
  • Audio Format – MP3, WMA, OGG, AAC, FLAC, APE, AC3, DTS, ATRA
  • Misc – DLNA V1.5, DMR Ready
  • Operating Temperature – 0-70 °C degree
  • Power Consumption – DV+5V, Less than 600mA

The device is sold with a USB cable. Beside the rotating HDMI port, this HDMI TV Stick also has some interesting software features such as DLNA support (“E-share” app) and the ability to control the device remotely via an Android device (“E-control” app) , I suppose in a similar way to what is possible with DroidMote. Following  gen comment, it’s clear that it’s more like a VNC client.

I don’t have much information about the dual core version featuring Rockchip RK3066 processor since the manufacturer page is still using AllWinner A10 data on Alibaba (See below).

Jerusun Xplus H25 single core mini PC is available on Dealextreme for $53.90, and (for now) found only one seller offering it on Aliexpress for $70. The dual core version does not appear to be available right now.

You may find more information on the manufacturer (Pineriver) Alibaba pages: Xplus Dongle H25 Single Core & Xplus Dongle H25 dual core. Please bear in mind that at the time of writing, the information on the dual core version is most likely completely wrong, but they’ll hopefully update the info, and you can always contact the manufacturer for info.

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Ian Tester
7 years ago

Good to see that the fake reflection is alive and well…

gen
gen
7 years ago

not like droidmote, it have a like vnc server inside to see the content of the stick on your phone. not good for me

gen
gen
7 years ago

in the link posted in this article http://pineriver.en.alibaba.com/product/667555929-212192337/Single_core_dongle_hdmi_android_Xplus_H25.html

1) E-control

xplus dongle has advanced phone/pad controling features by wifi, The content of the TV screens is printed on your mobile phone screen, you can control the TV screen through the phone and see the wonderful contents that you want to see.

you can do this with all android sticks but it not useffull

Razvan Dragomirescu
7 years ago

What I find interesting is that it has 2 full-size USB Host ports, something I have yet to see in this form factor. The folding HDMI plug also means you can use this as a tiny server and connect it to your TV only if you need access to the “console”. Very nice.

Javi
Javi
7 years ago

….more of same…. Innovation is not in the chinese diccionary it seems…

onebir
onebir
7 years ago

@Javi
It’s 革新 😉
More seriously, I don’t think the Chinese companies doing this stuff are very big, and they’re in an intensely competitive market. The innovation was the Android TV dongle, and less than a year ago these (or the STB equivalent) were $130+…

Javi
Javi
7 years ago

@onebir I’m just talking about a “dongle innovation” I don’t think the potential customers are waiting for this. Just listen customers and read forums is enough for know what they want. If manufacturers want a “niche revolution” must offer more than same or almost same with different case. Just add something to the case or increase the “cores” or the “Ghz” is not enough for this product. Just looking at the CPU’s diagrams I can see new ideas, but always looks like in China they just want to offer better price and no other thing is important. New product =… Read more »

onebir
onebir
7 years ago

@Javi
I think part of the problem is that Chinese companies outside the state-owned sector often have trouble raising funds (based on what I’ve read). So they always want to make money fast. Which means little research, and when they hire English-speakers it’s for sales, not market research. Another problem is any innovation (foreign or Chinese) is copied very quickly. Unless it’s something difficult to copy, why innovate?

Looking forward to your idea 🙂

Javi
Javi
7 years ago

@onebir Is not possible for readers of this website to set-up a good project? I’ll call this idea “BABEL” (If don’t know why can find “Babel” on Google) I’m SURE here can find good engineers, reputed journalists, programmers… HARD WORK + GOOD IDEA + KNOWLEDGE + MARKETING = SUCESS The advantages: – Customers are writing everyday about teir requirements on internet (free & great info there) – Reviews and reviewers let us know where are the problems on the other products and even test a new idea before launch (never too many experts so near) – I’m sure can get… Read more »

Javi
Javi
7 years ago

Study the cases is a good thing, I’ll do it. It’s good to have all this information together here. Also I think: * Start-up working capital ($5000?) R. Not too much for 4-5 people together. But the money is another question. First we must to know why and for what is that money. It needs a long study. A thing I learned in my life is, enthusiasm is mightier than money (and I can certify 100% it’s real) * Somebody able and willing to setup a company preferably in China or Hong Kong. The location is important for price, logistic… Read more »

onebir
onebir
7 years ago

Maybe the way to go is to spin-off from the cubieboard project. I’d guess there’ll be a dual or quad-core one pretty soon;
with 2GB ram that’d make an awesome TV stick. (By today’s standards, anyway…)

Javi
Javi
7 years ago

Remember a new TV-Stick at this moment needs “more something” to be an option for customers, also to be the first one in the market is very important. A new option is working on the software and apks. And there are lots of ideas, I received some like add a battery for make portable (also a small screen for use as MP4? It’s like a mini tablet PC but use the marketing for sell like a Mini PC). Expansion boards like Raspberry More I/O ports TV tuner and recorder (Did you think a new and cheap smart tv if can… Read more »

onebir
onebir
7 years ago

A TV-stick/HD-recorder might be good, especially if it could take composite video input instead of/as well as HDMI – many cable companies charge higher monthly fees for supplying an STB that can record. If it could then stream the recorded programmes over WIFI, so much the better :p

Javi
Javi
7 years ago

Any engineer there? Last month I was asking some freelance ingeneers about make a Mini-PC, received offers from 1000 to 4000USD (cheap from Iran, China, India… expensiver from Europe and USA). But if the engineer is a part of the team we don’t need hire this. Sample of motherboard and case (rapid prototyping first) is not so expensive (even cheap). I also received prices for a “normal” mini pc case for 1000pcs (plastic and alluminun options): <<>> There should be 3 parts about your product, one is bottom, one is top, the other is the letters (I made a simple… Read more »

Javi
Javi
7 years ago

What is the relation between armtvtech and geekbuying? Because they show their advertising and it does not look an affiliated link.

I write here because I know lots of “interesting people” read your website 😉 A forum is always a great idea, but, yes, I know moderation is a problem…

Anyway I’m learning all that I can and collect oppinions from different places is interesting too. xda-developers is maybe a good place, but maybe bigger than I’d like.

deadhp1
deadhp1
7 years ago

armtvtech may be hosted in LA, but that just where I get cheap hosting. It’s owned by me, but I like to think it’s built by the community. Personally I am based in NY. I make NO money off the site as it is. The goal of the site is to provide community for all mini-stick users. I try to test as many products as I can, but I’m limited by $$. If you’ve got a device you want added to the forums don’t hesitate to ask. Want a new section for android stick idea’s? Just ask! Armtvtech’s relationship with… Read more »

Javi
Javi
7 years ago

Just I was curious 😉

Also if you can get som profit is a good thing, even if you own this forum just because you like these gadgets to get profit also allow you to test more things…

The question here is how to setup a project team, hehe, not easy but also possible.

onebir
onebir
7 years ago

@Javi
Maybe also try the cubieboard mailing list?

david
david
5 years ago

Where is reset button for this device? i need flash new firmware,but how do it?

david
david
5 years ago

I need reflash device becose this firmware is to slow.

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