Meet Zidoo X9S, the first Mini PC based on Realtek RTD1295
Four months after we announced the newest Realtek RTD1295 SoC we are coming back with another exclusive news: the first Mini PC with this SoC is Zidoo X9S.
Zidoo will invest a lot of energy into this new product, as Zidoo X9S will become their flagship - and we have to agree that the specs are looking very good.
Although it might not look exactly as Zidoo X9 (so the image on the left might change soon), X9S will be an X9 on steroids, with support for HDR, HEVC(H.265) 10Bit 4K@60fps, VP9, BDISO/MKV and automatic frame switch.
As a recorder, Zidoo X9S will be able to encode H.264 - 1080P.
Zidoo X9S Mini PC full specs
- SoC: Realtek RTD1295
- CPU: 64bit, Quad Core Cortex-A53
- GPU: T820 MP3
- RAM: 2GB DDR3
- ROM: 16GB eMMC
- LAN: Gigabit
- Wi-fi: 2.4G/5.8G 802.11ac dual-band
- USB: 1 x USB 3.0, 2 x USB 2.0
- Audio/Video: HDMI 2.0, SPDIF optical,Cvbs
- Other:HDMI 2.0 Input(Record and streaming), SATA 3.0,SD card reader, Bluetooth™ 4.0
- OS: Android 6.0 + Openwrt
So, there we are, the first Android 6.0 Mini PC was finally announced. And finally we'll have a Mini PC that uses something better than the "usual" Mali-400 or 450 GPU.
But there's more: Zidoo X9S will run OpenWRT as well, so you will be able to use it as a router or Samba server - add this to the usual "Zidoo package" (stable firmware with frequent updates, Zidoo RC app, ZIUI) and you get a versatile device that does more than it's competitors.
Zidoo X9S will be available from late May at an currently undisclosed price.
This article will be updated when new infor about the newest Zidoo Mini PC will surface.
Unboxing Zidoo X9S, the first Realtek RTD1295 device to reach the market