Rikomagic unveiled their MK80, MK12 and MK05 Android media players a few week ago, and somehow I missed (or ignored) their Rikomagic V5 TV stick, which looks very similar to Jesurun T034 / MK802 V powered with Rockchip RK3288 processor, and features an Ethernet port, but differs as full-sized USB ports are used instead of mix of micro and full-sized USB ports. All four devices, even five with MK80 Plus, are now available on Rikomagic’s Aliexpress store.
MK80 and MK80 Plus are Android mini PCs powered by Allwinner A80 SoC, and are probably using the same Sunchip board as Tronsmart Draco AW80 Meta and Telos, The standard version comes with 2GB RAM, 16GB eMMC, and the “Plus” version with 4GB RAM, and 32GB eMMC, and can be purchased respectively for $155.90 and $199.99 including shipping.
MK12 is based on the new Amlogic S812 processor which adds HEVC/H.265 hardware video decoding up to 4K UHD resolution, and Gigabit Ethernet support compared to Amlogic S802, and comes with 2GB RAM, and 16GB eMMC. It sells for $101.90 on Aliexpress, again including shipping.
MK05 features Amlogic S805 processor, providing a low cost solution for people wanting to play 1080p videos, and support H.265 hardware video decoding, as well as 1GB RAM, and 8GB internal storage. The company offers it for $68.90.
As aforementioned, Rikomagic V5 is a Rockchip RK3288 TV Stick, with 2 GB RAM, 16 GB flash, that sells for $107.90.
Via AndroidPC.es and China Gadgets Reviews
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.
7 Replies to “Rikomagic MK80, MK12, MK05, V5 Android TV Boxes and Sticks Are Now Available for Purchase”
I want to buy the new rikomagic v5, but i need to know first the score in antutu and after playing 3d games for more than 20minutes what is the temperature of the CPU.
I need to now that because the stick tvs with RK3288 worm to much above 100celcius degres and automaticly shotdown and restart, someones even can’t run antutu because the high temperatures.
Please guys, if someone own a new ricomagic v5 and can share that information me and many people will be very please 🙂
I don’t have Rikomagic V5, but I’ve done these tests on a very similar device Jesurun T034 -> http://www.cnx-software.com/2014/12/05/jesurun-t034-review/
First of all congratulations for the great job you have done, very good tests help me a lot.
The stick tv zero devices z5c heat to mutch maybe the problem is on the sunchip stick tv board.
If the board maufacturer of the rikomagic v5 is the same wich jesurun t034, maybe because the internet port, the heat problem doesn’t exist.
I don’t want buy a device wich worm to much and shotdoun.
Very good and complete test with jesurun t034, if rkm v5 have one problem i will buy t034 gracious to your test i now it work good. Tanks.
It’s quite possible I got an early sample of Zero Devices Z5C, and since then thermal issues have been resolved.
If not, and they sell the device, they will get a lot of returns, and unhappy customers.
Thank you for the replys and your great job, it help me a lot 🙂
Benchmarks for V5: http://cngadget.info/2015/01/01/rikomagic-v5-rk3288-benchmark-tests/
The device seems to work great.
Only lacked the temperature test on demanding 3d game.