The TX92 is an Android TV box with some good basic hardware for watching HD videos or playing basic games.
It has a S912 CPU, 3 GB of RAM, along with a built-in ROM and expandable storage.
The case is square with a large power button and clock on the front.
CPU: Amlogic S912
RAM: 3GB DDR3
Operating System: Android 7.1 OS
WiFi: 5GHz / 2.4 GHz Dual Band
It comes with the TX92 box, user manual, power supply, HDMI cable, and remote control.
The back has the power plug, HDMI, Ethernet, 2 USB slots, reset, and SPDIF ports.
The left side has a slot for a SD-Card to expand storage.
Starting the unit up it boots into a nice interface.
The left side has a spin wheel to quickly find sections.
To test the WiFi I used SpeedTest.net which gave some very good results at 163Mbps Download, and 22Mbps Upload.
This was one of the fastest WiFi speeds I have seen on an Android TV box.
It comes with an App called TV Center which is basically Kodi with a different name.
Many addons were already installed which was nice.
Kodi addons and repositories are constantly changing so they will need an update from time to time which is easy to do.
The Kodi version was 17.4 which I updated to 17.6 Krypton from the Play Store with no problems.
The last test was with AnTuTu Benchmark which gave it a score of 41373.
41373 is a good score for a mid-range box and about what to expect from a S912 CPU.
The TX92 is a good mid-range Android TV box for watching videos or playing basic games.
The S912 CPU is well known and widely used in many Android boxes.
The 3GB of RAM is more compared to many other units which usually have 1-2GB of RAM.
The WiFi was surprisingly fast and will have no problems streaming videos from online sources such as Netflix or YouTube.
Kodi also ran well with no problems once a good addon was found to stream from.
I am still testing the unit so far with good results and will update if anything changes.
As always be sure to read the reviews on Amazon, here, forums, or elsewhere to be sure it is a good box for you.