Where DVB-T2 is yet deployed, in South Asia, Russia and Northern Europe, the Geniatech PT360 enables any Android Phone or Tablet with USB Host and Android 4.1 or above, to connect this on the MicroUSB port to get DVB-T2 support. Geniatech also shows an ARM PC, using ARM PCB Boards instead of the X86 based motherboards, one can just replace the X86 motherboard by Geniatech’s motherboard for industrial use.
Geniatech is an OEM/ODM specialized in open android based hardware and software platform for Android Set-top-boxes with advanced features like embedded digital TV tuners, video capture and video converters. Geniatech is making some TV Boxes and HDMI Sticks with the AmLogic M802 quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 with Octa-core Mali-450 GPU. Geniatech can do HDMI-in and HDMI-out for overlay of the existing TV signals with Android features on top.
This video features:
1. Geniatech ATV180 shows 2Ghz AmLogic M802 based ATV180 Series HDMI Stick with 4K2K support, OTT STB / UHD Support, 600MHz Mali 450MP8 Octa Core GPU, 1GB RAM, 8GB Flash
2. Geniatech PT115 – Android TV Dongle for DVB-T, PT115 DVB-T is a high sensitivity Tiny size digital micro USB TV Stick It turns your Tablet into a portable digital multimedia center. Features Watch and record DVB-T TV on Tablet, Supports Electronic Program Guide EPG and Subtitle Supports Time-Shifting function Low power consumption, requires Android 4.1 and a phone or tablet with OTG USB host support.
3. Geniatech PT230 – Android TV Dongle for ISDB-T same as PT115 but for ISDB-T standard
4. Geniatech Office Cast / any cast New product / connect – display and beam any content from smartphone / tablet / notebook / PC to Beamer. Office use ! Protocol: Miracast, DLNA, UPnP, own APK iOS and Android. ARM CORTEX A9, frequency is 800MHz-1GHz, RAM is 1G, built in 2G-32G flash memory Linux / based !
7. WiTV – Wireless, WiTV is a small stand alone TV tuner which connects worldwide TV signals and streams of live TV wirelessly to mobile devices in iOS/Mac OS/Android OS the iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Android Phone and Android tablet etc.. Live TV can be watched through your home Wi-Fi network
Geniatech engineer shows how they support dual-booting to some basic Linux from the SD card on several of the Geniatech Android Set-top-boxes, going back to their single-core AmLogic M3 based Set-top-boxes and also to their new ones. Geniatech tries or wants to provide everything open source and unlock their Set-top-boxes so for users who want a cheap ARM Powered Linux box, they can use Geniatech for that also.
Shenzhen Geniatech http://geniatech.com was founded by Mr Fang 16 years ago and is one of the world’s early Multimedia Set-top-box makers. Starting since 4 years ago doing ARM based Set-top-boxes, Geniatech is now the world’s leader using the latest AmLogic multimedia optimized ARM Processors, getting early access to AmLogic alpha development, being able to optimize the multimedia functionality, supporting all audio and video codecs, implementing innovative features that other Set-top-box makers don’t support. For example 4K2K decoding, open source, many licences including Adobe and with a strong support team in Shanghai. The use of ARM Powered Android for TV Set-top-boxes is a high potential high growth market, many competitors are trying to use Android on the Set-top-box, as Google TV is turning into Android TV, Geniatech still has very big room for innovation into implementing Android on the TV Box, doing more customization based on Android and AmLogic’s latest SoC, porting DRM, NFC Driver support on USB, Zigbee driver and more differentiation based on different kind of accessories for example microphone on remote control also TV Tuner USB Dongle, HDMI loop-through input functionality, able to release private API on CEC HDMI Control Interface, IR Blaster, Bluetooth etc enabling customers to develop B2B applications on top of Geniatech’s platform. For example hotel VOD, Games and more.
Geniatech releases the Pad TV Tuner, a very small Micro USB device that works in any Android device that support OTG on the Micro-USB port. You just plug it in and it automatically works with the Geniatech DVB-T Tuner Android app.
You can find out more about it at http://www.geniatech.com/pa/pt115m.asp
Geniatech ATV1800 Enjoy TV Quad Core Box does 4K video on AmLogic M802 Set-top-box on new KKTV $1100 55″ 4K LCD TV
In China, the 55″ 4K TV now sells for $1100!!!!!!!! Dreams come true! We’re all about to get a 4K TV (this one is the Konka KKTV LED55K60U). Android Set-top-box leader Shenzhen Geniatech shows me here their ATV1800 on AmLogic Quad-core M802 with Eight-core Mali-450 to actually playback 4K video over HDMI. This is the beginning of the Ultra HD future, on Android Box, here beautifully showing off this amazingly affordable new Konka KKTV LED55K60U 55″ 4K TV sold for only $1100 all over China!!!! The trick of course is how we in the future will get 4K video contents, the trick I think is to stream it all from the web. I believe most movies of this last century are or can be digitized and made available in 4K streaming as soon as movie studios and cinemateques around the world make the 4K version of all 35mm-sourced or often 4K-digital (for movies filmed in the last 5 or so years) movies available. How much bandwidth does one need for good 4K video streaming? My guess is 20mbitps may be enough, even less sometimes if the 4K comes from YouTube and Netflix, while a good 4K streaming provider should scale above 20mbitps if your home Internet connection for example has 50mbitps, 100mbitps downstream speed or above.
AmLogic shows their new M802 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 (28nm TSMC) with 8-core Mali-450 GPU, showcased in the new Geniatech ATV580 4K Set-top-box, 7.85″ Tablets, 9.7″ Retina tablets, 13.3″ Laptops and more, all running Android 4.3 with mostly 2GB RAM and 4K video playback support. AmLogic claims to provide higher benchmark scores than competing quad-core Rockchip and Allwinner solutions on the market. The AmLogic M802 has dual-channel DDR3 RAM for 4K and Retina screens while the AmLogic M801 has a single-channel DDR3 RAM support for lower resolution devices without 4K support.
This is the first non-GoogleTV ARM Powered Android set-top-box with HDMI input/throughput that I have yet seen. This couls allow for many of the Google TV features here on this AmLogic based Android set-top-box. Thomas from Geniatech is showing the new Geniatech ATV1610 Android TV set-top-box on the dual-core AmLogic AML8726-MX ARM Cortex-A9 processor and the 1G DD3 RAM you are able to multitask throughout the Android Box with Mali-400 3D processing. The android TV box also includes a built-in Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n module and together with the 3G USB Dongle support this makes it possible to have internet everywhere. You can download all the android apps that are available on Google play or customize the android box to any specific wants or needs. It is time to make your TV smart again!
-AmLogic AML8726-MX dual-core ARM Cortex™-A9*4 CPU
-2.4G Wireless QWERTY Remote Control
-Build in 802.11b/g/n dual-band (long strong range) Wi-Fi Module
-Support SATA HDD Mass Storage
-Support 3G USB Dongle
-Support USB Webcam for Video Call
-Support USB Webcam for Video Call
-High Capability 1G DDR3 RAM
-Embedded Open GL 3D GPU
HDMI input support
Dual Band module built-in
ARM CORTEX A9 x 2, frequency is 1.5GHz,RAM is 1G,built in 2G-32G flash memory
Powered by Android 4.1
Built-in Google Chrome Browser and support virtual private network access
Built in 802.11b/g/n WIFI module, wireless Internet access
USB interface, support mobile HDD, support mouse and keyboard operation
RJ45 10/100M Ethernet interface
Support 1080P video playback
HDMI video output, connect to HDTV for HD video playback
Support weather, calendar, and desktop clock gadgets
Support USB mouse and keyboard operation
Support 2.4G wireless motion (also called air or sky) remote control
Support Flash Player 10.2 for hardware decoding, Flash 11.1 for software decoding ,play back online video
Support music player, picture player and more family entertainment
Support SD card, 3 USB ports and Google Chrome browser
AppInstaller for application installation from USB/SD card
Geniatech shows their new HDMI Stick with built-in 5Ghz dual-band WiFi support and provides a new compact DVB-T tuner on MicroUSB for Rockchip and AmLogic based tablets (comes with default driver on AmLogic tablets and for Rockchip requires modification to the tablet firmware). They have a DTV to WiFi battery powered box for $45 (guidance, I guess bulk price). Geniatech also shows some of their other current devices and they tease the next generation quad-core 2Ghz AmLogic ARM Cortex-A9 with Quad-core Mali-400 that is due to arrive in products around June/July.