The MX9 PRO is an Android TV box built with some good basic hardware.
It comes with a RK3328 CPU, 4GB of RAM, and 32GB internal storage ROM.
This makes it a good mid-range box for streaming HD movies and other basic home media center options.
This unit sent to me to review with my own honest opinion benchmarks and test results below.
RAM: 4GB DDR3
Internal Storage: 32GB ROM
WIFI: Dual Band 2.4Ghz 5Ghz
The package comes with the MX9 PRO box, Power Supply, HDMI cable, Remote Control, and User Manual.
It is a small unit with a power button on the top and a small WiFi antenna for a better wireless signal.
The back has an Antenna, Ethernet, USB 3.0, SPDIF, HD, Micro USB, AV, and Power Port.
The side has a USB port and SD-Card Slot.
Powering it on a basic menu comes up to setup the language, screen, WiFi, Launcher and remote control options.
It uses a standard Launcher with basic App installed such as YouTube, Play Store, Netflix and so on.
It comes with a custom version of Kodi called KK-Player which is Kodi 18 Leia Alpha renamed.
Installing Kodi 17.6 Krypton would be better for a more stable version.
Kodi uses very little of the boxes resources leaving plenty more power to stream videos with.
Testing the WiFi I used SpeedTest.net Ookla App which gave some impressive results at 189Mbps Download, and 21Mbps Upload.
Running AnTuTu Benchmark test it gave an overall score of 36169.
Other scores are 3D: 1488, UX: 18412, CPU: 11584, RAM: 4685.
Testing the video resolution it played 4K Ultra HD videos very nice and surprisingly well.
It had no problems playing any 4K Ultra HD videos I played including at 60fps.
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The MX9 PRO did surprisingly well for such a low cost unit and a good buy for the money.
The RK3328 CPU does very well playing HD videos and basic game play.
The 4GB RAM gives it an extra boost as most Android TV boxes have 2GB of RAM.
There is also a 2GB RAM version of this box at a lower cost which I did not test.
If you are looking for a good box at a reasonable cost the MX9 PRO is a good unit.
There are faster units but of course they cost more. Read Here for more Smart Android TV Box Reviews.
It is a nice box that will have no problems streaming videos over WiFi or any other basic home media center features.
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.