IBDL provides Little Black Box V2 custom media player XBMC version By Dimitri Reijerman




The Dutch company IBDL the Little Black Box V2 announced a compact media player which is a modified version of XBMC running. The media player features a dual-core soc and runs on Linux.

IBDL the Little Black Box V2 with a Amlogic M6, an ARM Cortex A9-soc which is clocked at 1.5GHz. The soc is also integrated. A Mali 400 GPU The Linux based media player has 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal flash storage. The storage capacity can be expanded via a micro-SD card up to 32GB.

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The large 100x100x30mm Little Black Box V2 has both a 100Mbit ethernet connection as 802.11n wifi. Audio and video output via HDMI and two USB 2.0 ports available. IBDL provides a simple remote control with it, but an optional RF-remote with a QWERTY keyboard can also be purchased. For 34.95 euro

IBDL does not have its own media player firmware developed XBMC but taken as a basis. In addition, the interface is adapted on several points. Thus, according to the manufacturer’s easier to add. Various streaming video services to XBMC The Little Black Box V2 is available immediately and will have a suggested retail price of 99.95 euros.



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