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Review | Rikomagic MK22 (Amlogic S912) Android TV Box

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MK22 from RikoMagic is the company’s latest offering, based on the new S912 chipset by Amlogic. Rikomagic may be less known than the market leaders (Minix, and until recently Tronsmart), but it is constantly pushing ahead and building a name for itself. Here’s a bit about the manufacturer, taken from the company’s “About Us” page: We …

Review | Nexbox A95X Amlogic S905x Android TV Box

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Nexbox A95X TV Box is the second box I got so far based on the new budget SoC – Amlogic S905X. A refresher: S905X adds over its older brother (S905) these four (4) features:  VP9 4k codec support, HDR support, OS support (android 6 and up only vs android 5.1 and up), and with Nexbox own models (A5 for …

Why do games still fail to show realistic graphics?

It may seem like a strange statement, accompanied by a screenshot from one of the latest and greatest hits on PC and consoles – “Call of duty: Advanced warfare” which features the digitized image of Kevin Spacey in quite a massive amount of detail. But that comes to show the point: graphics in video games …

Why are computer/video games in movies always so much better?

I don’t know why, but somewhere on the way from mind to reality, computer games never turn out as cool as they do appear in films. It may be budget constraints, lack of technological advancement, or simply lack of imagination, but somehow the films that depict games always make them look super-cool! The photo above is …

Leap Motion Controller – a piece of future on your desk

Almost a year in waiting, months of delays, leaks, and updates. But it’s here now. It’s the smaller, better, more elegant equivalent of kinect – for the desktop (or laptop) PC. It’s called “LEAP” and what it is, is a motion/volume sensor that allows you to control your pc using gestures and movements with (up …