First of all the box is made out of metal entirely and it has a premium feel to it. On the front there are a couple of LEDs that are on when the box is turned or and connected to the Internet.
On the left side we have two USB ports and a slot for a TF card. Since this box is running Android 6.0 the SD card can become internal memory and it can store apps and games.
On the back of the box we have the HDMI port, the network adapter port, optical audio, AV output and the WiFi antenna.
We also have dual band WiFi and the speeds are appropriate. Check out the review video for more detailed information about the WiFi speeds.
You can find the Acemax M12N tv box at the following retilers:
Software wise, the box seems to be a bit improved over the MXQ Plus. We also have a better looking launcher and the software seems to be better optimized.
Unfortunately DTS and DD sound doesn’t work smooth on this box either. Every few seconds the sound cuts out.
Most files that ive tried on the box seem to do good and play smooth and without any issues. Gaming also works great.
Make sure that you check out the review video below for more information like the Antutu and geekbench scores and many other tests.