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Review: Element Ti8 Octa Core Android TV Kodi Box


For our full review of the Element Ti8 please watch the YouTube video at the top of this post.

  • RANSFORM YOUR TV INSTANTLY – Turn any TV into a smart TV instantly with the Element Ti8 Android TV Box. Browse the web, connect with friends and family on social media, or access your favorite apps and games at the touch of a button. Completely customize your viewing experience with access to millions of apps through the Google Play Store.
  • STREAM IN 4K/1080P/720P AT THE TOUCH OF A BUTTON – 4K streaming capabilities mean you can watch your streams in the most stunning visual quality! Imagine sitting down, turning on your television and watching any movie, TV show or sporting event on demand without paying a dollar for it!?! That’s exactly what you will get with the Element Ti8 Android TV Box! Make this dream a reality today!
  • THE LATEST, FASTEST TECHNOLOGY POWERED BY ANDROID 6.0 – This is the newest technology available to date with the super fast OCTA CORE S912 chipset and 2GB/16GB combo, we guarantee you won’t miss a minute of your favorite show or movie ever again! The Element Ti8 has double the storage of other boxes and the latest Amlogic S912 processor blows the competition away with its amazing speed.
  • SMALL BOX, ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES – Stream your favorite content from movies, to TV shows, to music all from your TV. An unlimited amount of viewing options! Our open source platform allows you to download any app or game that you desire! Other boxes don’t allow this. Don’t be limited by other boxes, choose the Element Ti8.

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  • NashGuy

    Boxes like this should not be referred to as an “Android TV” box since they don’t actually run Google’s Android TV operating system, which has a specific UI designed for TVs and remote controls as well as access to the Google Play app store where apps designed for Android TV can be downloaded. Smart TVs and boxes (such as Nvidia Shield TV and Mi Box) that run Android TV also have certain security licenses loaded so that they can display major pay services like Netflix, Hulu, etc. in HD.

    I get that the box above is a mini-computer intended to be connected to a TV but it’s actually running its own version of open-source Android and doesn’t have the benefits listed above of a true Android TV device. However, if all you want is something to run KODI and other open-source apps, it’s probably fine for that.

  • Gerry Allen

    Note that the HDMI port included with this device is HDMI 2.0, not 2.0a. Content with HDR will not display enhanced visuals.

    • RPinCAR

      Their spec sheet disagrees with you. What are you basing your assumption on?

  • Kawshik Ahmed

    Please don’t refer these boxes as Android TV because they don’t run ‘Android TV OS’

  • Michael Nyitrai

    $150 seems a bit steep

  • Andrroid Andrroid

    Yeesh, why would you review such a horrible, over priced piece of tech?

    • We review any streaming player sent to us.

    • PBG924

      What do you recommend? Thoughts on NVIDIA Shield?

  • check this box out