The H96 MAX H1 is a mid-range Android TV box built to play HD videos, games, and much more.
It comes with a RK3328 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage.
To see how well it performed we ran a few test and benchmarks with the results below.
This unit was sent to us to review with our honest opinion and results below.
RAM: 4GB RAM DDR3
Internal Storage: 32GB ROM
System: Android 7.1
WiFi: 802.11ac 2.4GHz / 5Ghz
The package comes with the H96 MAX H1 box, power supply, user manual, HDMI cable, and remote control.
The side has a SD-Card slot, 2 USB 2.0, and 1 USB 3.0.
The back has 1 USB 2.0, SPDIF, AV, HDMI, Ethernet and a power port.
Starting the unit it comes up to a basic Launcher with basic Apps installed such as YouTube and Netflix.
The box came with Kodi 18 loaded which is still in Beta and not yet finished, so we uninstalled it and loaded Kodi 17.6 Krypton.
It had no problems installing Kodi 17.6 from the Google Play store.
The System Info monitor in Kodi showed is using hardly any resources.
Testing the WiFi speed with Ookla App from SpeedTest.net it shows a 46Mbps Download, and a 22Mbps Upload.
While not the best wireless speeds it is enough to stream videos from online sources.
It is recommended by Netflix to have a minimum wireless Download speed of 10Mbps for streaming HD 1080p videos, and 25Mbps for the new 4K Ultra HD videos.
The next test was with AnTuTu Benchmark which gave it a score of 34818.
Other results are 3D: 1489, UX: 17199, CPU: 11564, and RAM: 2566.
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H96 MAX H1 is a good Android TV Box that will have no problems playing HD 1080p videos or playing basic games.
It is a low cost mid-range unit built for those on a budget or a box for a second room.
It has no problems streaming from online sources such as Netflix, YouTube, or Kodi.
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, forums, or elsewhere to be sure a unit is a good fit for you.