Jul 23

Allview launches AllDro Box 2, a multimedia small device that runs on TV’s vast Internet content, files saved on a hard drive or an SD memory card, Android applications and games, all with movies, TV series and played in FullHD format.

Internet connection to a network can be done wirelessly or through a network cable. Through Wi-Fi or Ethernet, the device connects to the PC systems available and can view and run directly your multimedia format files on your TV.

Because of native media player, AllDro Box 2 plays audio and video. It also allows streaming radio or TV which can run while you use other applications. All TV programs can be viewed in traditional format or in FullHD (1080p) and does not require additonal charges.

The device connects to almost any modern TV via HDMI port and integrates the most used ports. These includes: 4 USB sockets, an HDMI port, one audio output (AV-out jack) and a video (YPbPr), an entry RJ45 LAN cable, a microSD card slot and an eSATA connector.

Moreover, the FullHD terminal plays the most popular format video formats such as MKV, 60fps and up to 42mbps, MPEG4 AVI (DivX 3.11, 4, 5, 6, Xvid, H264, WMV) up to 60 fps and 19 Mbps; MPEG2-TS to 60 fps and 50 mbps, FLV to 60 fps and 10 mbps. In terms of audio formats, those incurred are: MP3, WMA, FLAC, AAC, OGG and WAV.

Through integrated browser, AllDro Box 2 allows opening any web addresses. News sites, social networks like Facebook and Twitter, YouTube videos and email accounts can all be accessed from the TV screen. Websites and emails are applications optimized for viewing on a large TV screen.

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