The GS-King X is Beelink’s latest and greatest foray into Android Boxes. Bosting a Hexa-core processor, a huge variety of audio outputs, and internal storage expandable up to a gargantuan 32 terabytes! From the minds behind the GT King, and the GT King Pro comes the latest iteration of the high-end Android box – the GS-King X enters the stage, sporting a plethora of features that make it a must-have for anyone looking for a premium multimedia experience.
With the design of the skull pattern style, it is also an exquisite ornament when you place the equipment for your bedroom, sitting room. The Beelink GS-King X TV box is assembled in a compact metal case with dimensions 106x118x165 mm, in the form of a stylish unit with perforations on top and sides. A 3 mm thick magnesium alloy casing provides sufficient rigidity for rather heavy construction (1.7 kg) and also helps to remove heat from the processor and two installed hard drives.
The Beelink GS-King X TV-box will feature an Amlogic S922X-H SoC. A solution already used on the GT-King Pro, which uses 6 cores consisting of 4 Cortex-A73 at 1.8 GHz and two Cortex-A53 at 1.9 GHz. It is supported by a Mali-G52 video chipset and an Amlogic Video Engine AVE-10 VPU. The set will be able to decompress any type of video media with advanced functions in UltraHD like HDR10, HDR10+, or Dolby Vision. Delivered under Android 9.0, the box is HDCP 2.2 certified and supports Widevine L1 DRM. It is associated with 4 GB of RAM and offers a basic internal storage of 64 GB of eMMC. It will be possible to extend this first storage thanks to a MicroSDXC card reader.
We can always hide as best as possible this large box in a suitable piece of furniture so that it is not in front of the eyes; it will probably be less easy to hide than a small TV-Box usual. But above all, the presence of two 3.5″ hard disks will generate a noise when they are in operation. The noise will not necessarily be too important but which will have to be managed; as well as possible so that it does not invade the living room.
The rest of the machine is pretty standard with Wifi5 and Bluetooth, a single Gigabit Ethernet port; two USB 3.0 Type-A ports, 3.5 mm audio connectors; and S/PDIF optical output as well as a 6.25 mm RCA output. An HDMI 2.0b connector is present to drive a 60 frames-per-second UltraHD stream; while supporting HDR and Dolby or 7.1 sound. The unit will come with a voice-activated remote control to control content by voice.