T95 Android TV Box Smart TV Box 10.0 4GB+64GB 6K Quad Core WIFI 64Bit CPU Player

This is an affordable Android TV box that can convert your TV or monitor into an Android Smart TV entertainment center.

In this video, I will unbox and show you how to set it up.

Smart TVs are becoming more commonly available and are more affordable than before.
If you have a non-smart TV and are interested in getting the Smart TV experience without spending a lot of money for a new TV, an Android TV box will allow you to upgrade your existing TV into a Smart TV.

I found this Android TV Box on eBay and ordered it for the purpose of making this review video.
And this is what I received.

A non-branded Android TV box model T95.
It has Quad-Core CPU Cortex-A53.
For the graphics, it is GPU Mali-G31 MP2.
This Android TV Box comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage space.

Let’s open the box and see what’s included.

These are all the items included in the box.
One Android TV box.
One remote control.
One AC charger.
One HDMI cable.
And one user manual.

The user manual comes in a few languages.
The first one is in English and it is only 4 pages long.

This Android TV box is small and light.
There are 4 sides. All the connection ports are available on 2 sides. The other 2 sides are smooth.
This is the AV port for the TV.
The network port for wired internet. This device also has WIFI and Bluetooth connections.
HDMI port to output display to a TV or a monitor.
Connection to the power supply.
There are 2 USB ports that support external devices such as keyboard, mouse or hard disk.
This is the memory card reader slot.

This is the remote control and it’s buttons.
The remote control runs on two AAA batteries.

Now, let’s connect this device and test.
Connect one end of the HDMI cable to the TV or monitor.
Connect the other end to the Android TV Box.

I am connecting a USB wireless receiver for keyboard and touchpad.

Plug in the power cable and wait for the blue information display light here.

The Android TV box is now loading the operating system.
It may take a while to load and once done, you will see the home interface with tiles like display icons.

The remote control can be used to navigate the interface and take actions.

With the connected keyboard and touchpad, I am able to navigate the interface easily using the cursor and quickly make a selection.

It also makes it easier to type compared to using an on-screen keyboard when using the remote control.

This Android TV box can be connected to the internet via network cable or Wifi.
I am going to connect it to Wifi for this test.
Once connected, you will see the word “WIFI” in the blue light information display.

This Android box comes with some preinstalled apps.
To make the most out of this device, you can install apps from Google Play.

You will need to sign in using a Google account in order to use Google Play.
Once logged in, you can search and install apps from Google Play.

These are the pre-installed apps that came in this Android TV box.

To keep your Android TV box operating system up-to-date, you can select “Wireless Update” from the app list.
The update can be large and may take a long time to process.
During the upgrade process, do not do anything to the device.
Even accidentally turning off the power can cause failure to the upgrade process.
The upgrade process will reboot the device and continue installing the software.
Wait for the update process to complete and you will be able to use the updated operating system.

This Android TV box looks great so far.

It is not expensive and is very easy to use.

Thank you for watching and I will see you in my next video.