A video review is at the bottom of the post.
The Tanix TX28 is an Android TV box built with a mid-range CPU and 4GB of RAM.
It has a RK3328 Processor which works well for streaming videos and playing basic games.
This unit was sent to me to review with my honest opinion and results below.
RAM: 4GB DDR3
Operating System: Android 7.1
Internal Storage: 32GB ROM
Dual Band 802.11ac WiFi
The package comes with the box, power supply, antenna, HDMI cable, and user manual.
The back has SPDIF, 2 USB 2.0 slots, Ethernet, HDMI, and power port.
The right side has the screw-on antenna and 1 USB 3.0 slot.
The left side has an SD-card slot to add extra storage space if needed.
The remote control has a good basic layout.
Powering on the box it boots up to a basic Launcher.
It comes with a version of Kodi 16.1 Jarvis called RKMC.
I tried to uninstall the RKMC version but could not find an uninstall inside Settings. I will look into this more since Kodi 17.6 Krypton would be a much better setup.
The system information in Kodi shows hardly any resources being used.
I installed a few Addons and had no problems.
The Netflix App comes installed which had no problems streaming videos.
It would only play standard definition due to Netflix restrictions.
Netflix requires a box be DRM certified or it will only play standard definition and not HD resolution.
Testing the WiFi I used SpeedTest.net Ookla App which gave the results at 47Mbps Download, and 21Mbps Upload.
While not the best WiFi speed it will work well enough to stream videos
Standard definition video requires 10Mbps download speeds while the new HD 4K streams require a minimum of 25Mbps.
Running AnTuTu Benchmark Version 6.2.6 gave an overall score of 34860.
Running Geekbench it gave a score of 527 Single Core and 1423 Multi Core.
I used 4K YouTube videos to test the video resolution and it had no problems playing any 4K UHD videos even at 60fps.
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Tanix TX28 Android 7.1 TV Box RK3328 4GB RAM 32GB ROM Octa Core
The Tanix TX28 is a good mid-range Android TV box that will be good for streaming videos.
It will have no problems streaming from online sources such as YouTube or Kodi.
Netflix will only stream in standard definition since the box is not DRM certified.
The WiFi speed while not the fastest is plenty enough to stream videos.
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.