Himedia Q10 Pro Internet Android TV Box with Hard Drive

Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Looking for an Android TV box that can double as a media streamer from NAS? Look no further than the Q10 Pro TV box by HiMedia!
Not only that, the Q10 Pro can handle Dolby Atmos  but you can access live streams from the Internet via the Kodi app, which comes pre-installed with the Q10 Pro.
The CPU in the Q10 Pro box is a hisilicon hi3798c quad core (four Cortex A53 cores) V200 64-bit ARM Processor that integrates Mali-720 GPU, USB 3.0 and SATA interfaces. The Q10 Pro CPU is the same one used in the Q30 Android TV box.
The Q10 Pro also supports HDMI 2.0 output up to 4K at 60 HZ, 10-bit HEVC / H.265 and VP9 video decoding at Ultra-high-definition resolution (3840x2160) at 60fps.
brushed black aluminum finish
The Q10 Pro TV box runs on Android 5.1 on 1080p UI resolution and features 2GB of DDR3 RAM, 16GB of internal storage, dial band WiFi supporting b,g,n and ac, Bluetooth 4.0, DOLBY audio and DOLBY ATMOS and DTS-HD. You can also install the latest Android 7 version for the Q10 Pro from HiMedia's website
fast responsive interface
the front panel features the LCD screen display and touch sensitive buttons
built-in cooling fan
As far as ports, you get a USB 3 host port (reads speed up to 5 Gigabits/s), spdif optical out, coaxial digital port, composite audio/video ports, network LAN port, HDMI 2.0 port, upgrade slot (for upgrading firmware) and DC 12V power socket. The Upgrade slot is a pinhole button that youpush in to flash the firmware of the box to upgrade it.
On the left side, you get three USB ports (one USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0), SD/MMC card slot. On the right side, you find a latch to access the HDD area.

You can fit a 3.5-inch or 2.5-inch SATA hard drive (HDD) up to 6 terabytes in size by easily slotting them into the standard SATA connector.
2.5" SATA HDD (laptop size)

With the Q10 Pro Internet TV box, you also get a remote control for controlling the box as well as the MoreSee app, which allows you to use your smartphone (or tablet) as a remote control. With the MoreSee app, you can also mimic the entire Android TV display on your smartphone or tablet. 
Another cool thing you can do with the MoreSee app installed in your smartphone is using a gamepad. You can turn your smartphone into a gaming controller with virtual buttons and accelerometer sensor, which is pretty neat.
Another cool application you get with the Q10 pro is MiraCast, which lets you mirror your smartphone display onto the screen of your TV.
WiFi antenna, power adapter, quick start up guide, HDMI cable, remote control
rubber feet

Update October 17th, 2017: The latest firmware version (2.0.5) for Q10 pro now supports blue-ray navigation. If you bought a Q10 pro prior to this date, you can download the 2.0.5 firmware from Then, you will need to install the OpenBlurayMode.apk app to activate the blue ray navigation function. After installing the OpenBluRayMode.apk app, run it at open blue ray navigation status and then go to "Media Center" to playback blue ray navigation movies.

Update November 15, 2017: Download Q10 Pro latest firmware 2.0.6, which supports 4K UHD Blue-ray Navigation menu based on Android 7.0 OS.

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