HK1 RBOX R2 comes with the latest Rockchip RK3566 processor and running Android 11. The set-top box includes an HDMI cable, power supply, basic remote control, and user manual. The Box that we find today is the HK1 RBOX R2 and it undoubtedly surprises with its spectacular and unique design that combines what looks like strips of LEDs with a drawing on its upper part allegorical of its great speed and power.
This HK1 RBOX R2 Smart TV Box not only offers excellent technical characteristics but also impresses; with its appearance – a hexagonal case with ventilation slots, beveled edges; an abundance of backlighting, and an original print on the top surface immediately attract attention. In front, there is a mini-display with a clock, and along the perimeter of the case, there are the main interfaces: HDMI 2.0a video output (with support for resolutions up to 4K @ 60Hz), USB 3.0 port, USB 2.0 port, SPDIF digital optical audio output, Gigabit Ethernet port.
HK1 RBOX R2 is based on SoC Rockchip RK3566 (a competitor to Amlogic S905X3); which is a quad-core processor with low-power 64-bit ARM Cortex-A55 cores (clock speed up to 1.99 GHz); GPU Mali-G52 2MP, and built-in NPU for iA with 0.8 Tops power. The set-top box is capable of decoding video up to H.265 HEVC 4096×2304 @ 60fps; H.264 AVC up to 4096×2304 @ 60fps and VP9 Profile 2 up to 4096×2304 @ 60fps. The media player is installed with 4 GB of DDR4 RAM, and in total there are three versions (depending on the amount of built-in storage): 32, 64, 128 GB eMMc. The manufacturer has provided the ability to expand storage using a micro SD card.
In the field of wireless connectivity, HK1 RBOX R2 includes Dual Band Wifi AC and Bluetooth 4.1; with an internal antenna. The connectors we have in this case are a USB 3.0 port, another USB 2.0; SPDIF digital audio output, Gigabit Ethernet port, and an HDMI 2.0a video output; with support for resolutions up to 4k @ 60Hz with which we can use this Box like 4K @ 60fps media center at full resolution.