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Streaming Boxes. The GT1 – A Great Looking Android Box

When it comes to the design of the GT1 Beelink has followed a similar trend to the packaging by keeping the GT1 to a nice and simple design. The box is square like other Android boxes and is quite small, the device, however, feels much more sturdy than a lot of the other media players out there. The box definitely feels more premium than others on the market today.

The Beelink GT1 is constructed of a high-quality black and grey plastic with ports located around the sides of the box. On top of the box, there is a pattern similar to that of carbon which looks nice with the Beelink logo printed on top.

Next-gen streaming sticks and bandwidth-busting TV boxes are here – and they signal the arrival of a hi-res revolution.

Whilst a world of from-the-web telly awaits, choosing the right box for your TV takes a bit of thought. Fancy 4K? After an Apple? Want to stream some games? One device most certainly does not offer all these features.

Thankfully, we here at Stuff know a thing or two about what makes a streaming box brill – and we’ve put the cream of the connected content crop up against each other. Read on to find out which is our favourite.

Beelink is one of the most well down companies when it comes to media players that are both very affordable and high quality. They are known for packing some very decent hardware specs into their machines whilst still managing to keep the cost very low. Beelink looks as though they intend to keep delivering on their previous offerings with the release of their latest media player, the Beelink GT1 Amlogic S912 Android media player. The Beelink GT1 is one of the first media players on the market to support Android 6.0. Does the Beelink GT1 live up to our expectations? Let’s take a look in our Beelink GT1 review.

Beelink GT1 Review – What’s in the Box?

As is common with Android boxes, the Beelink GT1 was shipped using the standard brown shipping cardboard boxes that we are used to seeing. The GT1 was securely packaged in the shipping box and there were no real issues of damage during transport. Opening the shipping box I was greeted by the product packaging of the Beelink Android box. Beelink has opted for a nice textured black cardboard packaging for the GT1 which has the company name and slogan printed on the front. On the read of the packaging is where there are some specifications printed as well as the Beelink logo and power adapter specs. I think the packaging looks great with its clean and minimalist approach.

The GT1 – A Great Looking Android Box

When it comes to the design of the GT1 Beelink has followed a similar trend to the packaging by keeping the GT1 to a nice and simple design. The box is square like other Android boxes and is quite small, the device, however, feels much more sturdy than a lot of the other media players out there. The box definitely feels more premium than others on the market today.

The Beelink GT1 is constructed of a high-quality black and grey plastic with ports located around the sides of the box. On top of the box, there is a pattern similar to that of carbon which looks nice with the Beelink logo printed on top.

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