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Turn any TV into a Smart TV with the XIOS DS streaming media player featuring Android 4.0 and XBMC. This box is super slim with a sleek, glossy design and is packed with thousands of Internet and mobile features. You can access the Google Play store through this device and access popular apps like Netflix, Pandora, YouTube, and more. Powered by the ARM Cortex A9 processor, it is built on the Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) platform which allows the unit to natively support HTML5, Chrome, and Flash web technology. All together, the XIOS delivers a rich home entertainment viewing experience in full 1080p high definition playback!
Pivos is the official development sponsor for XBMC. This robust and flexible interface allows users to automatically organize their media files with a custom interface, which is why its one of the most popular platforms used. XBMC will even download IMDB information and beautifully display it on your HDTV from your own media library.
Further empower it with widgets, apps, custom themes, emulators, ROMs and more to make this your very own entertainment center.
The XIOS DS supports virtually all video and audio codecs available! Easily update firmware and features by connecting to XBMC’s online repository through the built in WIFI (B/G/N) or Ethernet port to continue to expand its capabilities.
You don't want to have to rely on it for all your tv needs, but it's a great addition if you want to cut the cord.Published 4 days ago by Kevin
Do not buy this device. Worked for a few weeks only. Now having huge streaming issues, can't even watch Netflix anymore. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Alain Gagnon
One of the best boxes money can buy..you just have to get rid of the Android apps and install Linux version that all... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Topranks2
I have 2 of these and hooked up multiple friends with them. Flash the drive to new linux for xbmc and neverPublished 3 months ago by Penny
After setting up an ATV1, I was looking for a device that would give me more out of the box experience for which I had to work for weeks on my ATV1. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Shahid Mahmood