Beelink GS-King X is an Android 9.0 TV box and a NAS with two 3.5″ SATA bays powered by Amlogic S922X-H processor combined with 4GB RAM and 64GB eMMC flash that was unveiled last month with some blurry renders.
We now have for the details about the device, which has started to sell for $249.99 plus shipping on GeekBuying when using a “Fixed Priced” coupon, in my case 4ATAOTO6.
Updated Beelink GS-King X specifications:
- SoC – Amlogic S922X-H hexa-core big.LITTLE processor with 4x Arm Cortex A73 cores @ up to 2.2 GHz, 2x Arm Cortex A53 cores @ 1.8 GHz, Arm Mali-G52MP4 GPU @ 846MHz; 12nm process
- System Memory – 4GB LPDDR4 RAM
- Storage – 64GB eMMC flash, microSD card slot, 2x 3.5″ SATA HDD drive bay for up to 32TB storage in total
- Video Output – HDMI 2.1 up to 4K @ 60 Hz with HDCP 2.2
- Video – AVE-10 engine with 4K UHD H.265/VP9/AVS2 video decoding up to 60 fps, Dolby Vision, Advanced HDR10, HDR10+, HLG, and PRIME HDR high-dynamic range support
- 2x ESS9018 audio DACs, 4x Ricor RT6862 audio amplifiers
- 3.5mm headphone jack
- Stereo audio via RCA jacks and 6.35mm balanced output jacks
- Digital audio via HDMI
- Stereo analog audio via 3.5mm AV jack
- Optical S/PDIF
- DTS Listen + Dolby Audio
- Connectivity – Gigabit Ethernet, dual-band 802.11 b/g/n/ac 2×2 MIMO WiFi 5, Bluetooth 4.1
- USB – 3x USB 3.0 ports, 1x USB 2.0 OTG port (Type-A Blue)
- Misc – Power button; the Skull eyes are LEDs that change color from Green to Blue depending on status.
- Power Supply – 19V DC / 3A power barrel jack
- Dimensions – 16.5 x 11.8 x 10.6 cm
- Weight – 1.073 kg
The device ships with a 2.4GHz voice remote control, an HDMI cable, HDD brackets, a power adapter, and a user manual in English. The $250 price tag seemed quite high at first sight, but it’s actually a 3-in-1 system with an Android 9.0 TV box, a NAS supporting for up to 32TB, and a HiFi sound system, so the price may be OK after all.
They also offer an 8GB MicroSD card pre-loaded with CoreELEC right now, so it’s a dual boot system. I wished they had provided more details about the NAS functions, but it’s probably basic and fully handled from within Android with options for network shares and not much else.
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.