Sunvell T95Z Plus TV Box Amlogic S912 Octa Core Review 2017

Sunvell T95Z Plus TV Box Amlogic S912 Octa Core

Looking for an alternative to your current TV box? If so, you may have found it right here! Manufactured by Sunvell, the T95Z Plus TV Box boasts quite a few features that are attractive to both rookies and seasoned veterans of the technology. Some of the primary features include the forth coming:

  • Octa core implementation, high-speed, smooth response
  • 265 and VP9-10 Profile 2 decoding
  • Dual band WiFi, 1000M LAN to improve speed
  • Incredible large storage, more space for downloading games, movies, shows
  • 64GB TF card
  • Available storage includes 3GB of DDR3 Ram, +32G eMMC Rom + other options

The Breakdown of the Features

Sunvell T95Z Plus TV Box Amlogic S912 Octa Core - 3G + 32GThere are quite a few features to marvel at, and some of them include the interface options of AV, DC< power port, Optical, TF card, USB2.0, HDMI, RJ45, and more. Having these options allows virtually anyone to be able to set this up with ease, and without worrying if they hae ot buy something else or not. There are plenty of decoder formats, video formats, audio and photo formats. Beyond this, there is implementation of an octa-core, which allows for stable and rapid performance with a high-speed, smooth response. In having so many cores, your television box won’t lag, and you won’t have to wait forever for your content to load. Want to know how good that many cores are? The standard gaming computer requires 4-6 minimum to run some of the highest quality games on the market. Those who stream and game from the same PC may require 6-8 – and ENTIRE gaming rig functions on the same amount of cores as the television box, something that won’t be accomplish quite as intensive tasks. Having this power ensures a smooth operation and performance, allowing the user to watch, game, and play with ease. You’ll also be able to browse the web, and download as much as you want thanks to the large storage options. Some of these options include:

  • 3GB DDR3 RAM, 32G eMMC ROM
  • 2GB DDRS RAM, 16G eMMC ROM

Beyond this, you can also utilize an extra 1 terabyte hard disk drive, but nothing any larger. There is a maximum support of 64GB TF card for those interested. Of course, this television box wouldn’t be as good if it didn’t have WiFI, let alone a dual band WiFI, along with an 1000M LAN for the improvement of speed and performance. Having all of these power options ensures that you’re going to be able to browse, stream movies and television, as well as download games to your heart’s content.

The GPU of this television box device is a mali T820mp3, and it can stream 4K at 60 frames per second – those that want the highest quality when watching their shows and videos (as well as future shows and videos that use higher quality formatting) will love to know that you can do so with ease with the Sunvell’s current configuration. Being so inexpensive, you can’t really pass up on what this octa-core television box can give you! For those wondering, YES there is DVD support, multi-language options, a charge adapter, and other functions, as well as HDMI version 2.0 Just because there are no external subtitles supported, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy what the Sunvell television box can give you if you dabble in multiple languages or have family that doesn’t speak English!

If you’re curious about the firmware option of this television box, cable alternative, you’re going to enjoy the 64Bit system that it has. Beyond this, it’s a lightweight addition to what you have going on in your home right now. There are also USBs available for those that typically connect things to their computer for media purposes (like shows and movies) so that you can reap the benefits of a computer when it comes to you being a movie or show buff.

The First Impression of the Product

I’ll be honest, upon searching for television boxes, I was stumped at where to look, what to choose, and what features would benefit me most. After researching, finding one for myself, purchasing, and using, I feel confident enough to let people know of my findings – this one included. So far, the Sunvell T95Z has yet to let me down, and the boasted features are actually ones that I tell people about the most often when they discuss television boxes with me. Cable companies are ripping people off and it’s important we take back our desire for OUR media without the price tag, of course. Running on an Android 7.1 system, I knew that it would function as best as it could, and that the performance would surpass my expectations. I was happy to know that there are different storage options, as well as a maximum external hard drive capacity of 1 terabyte, so I could download quite a bit without worrying about having to delete something else. Since I was a newbie when it came to television boxes, setting up was where the test really began. Initially, I was nervous, but after reading through the manual (or glazing, I should say), I was able to easily put this together to get it working with my television. I didn’t have to sit for hours to fandangle with my product and my television, and I was able to watch my favorite show that night with a yummy meal and my spouse.

The Advantages of the Product

There are plenty of advantages to owning this Sunvell television box product.  Beyond having a lot of space to stream content, save your content, download games, and browse, you’re able to reap the benefits of how fast this product actually is. With so many audio formats, video formats, and even photo formats, you won’t have to worry about the content you view not being available to you. Of course, there’s a lot of space to work with and even “expandable” space in terms of allowing you to have a hard disk drive. For those that are huge movie or show buffs, you’ll love having this octa-core device within your home. Beyond what we’ve mentioned, it’s important to note that you won’t have to go out and buy anything to get started within installing this piece, as it comes with the plus TV box, the remote control, power adapter, HDMI cable, and a manual for those that aren’t too savvy with jumping in and blind installing. We also love the fact that it supports 2.4G and 5G WiFi for faster performance and connection – no lagging, no buffering, and surely no slowing down.

The Disadvantages of the Product

While there are plenty of advantages, there are a couple of disadvantages. A primary disadvantage includes the inability for the box to support external subtitles, which may or may not be a problem, depending on what type of content is available to you. Another one of the primary disadvantages of this product is that those who want to use a larger hard disk drive (something larger than 1 terabyte) will have to look elsewhere for a television box, or purchase multiple terabyte hard drives and note which has your favorite shows or movies on which. We think the latter option may be a bit more stressful than looking for a television box that allows a larger HDD, but it may be fine for those who don’t have a lot to download immediately. The last disadvantage that we found is that it doesn’t support 5.1 surround sound output, for those that are extremely into sounds and movie folley. While this isn’t a total downer, it can support many other types of audio formats, allowing you to function just fine without surround sound.

The Final Verdict

If you want something that’s inexpensive and boasts quite the performance with how smooth and reliable it is, you’ll want the Sunvell octa-core television box that runs on Android. Being able to run the highest quality streams of movies and television is important to movie buffs, and being able to do so without breaking the bank is essential in today’s market. Easy to setup and use initially, even for the newbies, the aforementioned television box is something that’s enjoyable, lightweight, promising in terms of fast performance and rapid speeds, along with many more features. You won’t have to upgrade for quite some time (we’re talking years), and you can enjoy things quick without paying the hefty price of a cable package.