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Noontec A9 Smart TV Box Review

We get a lot of different products come through our doors, and when we see another media box we tend to sigh as we generally know they aren’t up to scratch. Sure they look nice and have a good feature list, but for the majority, they are let down by their specifications.

Simply put, a 500MHz processor and 256MB DDR2/3 memory just can’t cut it, but it still seems that a lot of brands on the market don’t seem to be getting the big picture and continue to offer this cheap tat (for fears of a better word) to the general public, and the consumer continues to keep buying it, and personally it gets frustrating to see it happen.

This is where we come along, to educate the masses into what’s good and frankly, what’s not and today has seen something a bit special landing with us. Something that offers an impressive feature list and some tech savvy specifications to boot and it’s all from a brand that not many may have heard of, and that’s Noontec.

Noontec are a fairly unheard of name in the tech industry, but don’t let this put you off in the slightest, as from a first glance, we have high hopes with their offering; the A9 Smart TV Box which offers up an all-in-one wireless enabled Android 2.3 enabled device, reading for web browsing, gaming, video, music and much much more and we decided to put it to the test to see if it can really deliver on what it claims.

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Andy Ruffell

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