Eachlink Allwinner H6 Review
The Eachlink H6 Max is a TV box that looked quite promising on paper when I bought it. With the Allwinner H6 that we have seen in the past perform so well, and I bought this one with 4GB RAM 64GB ROM, running on Android 9.0. Well doing this review was a pain as this box started getting worse the further dug into it. To make a long story short, this box overheats, it has low benchmarks, the firmware is disappointing, and there is no Dolby vision, DTS audio, and the 4K video playback it not good.
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- CPU – Allwinner H6 1.4GHz
- GPU – Mali T720
- RAM – 4GB DDR3
- ROM – 64GB
- WiFi – Dual band 2.4GHz + 5.8GHz
- Bluetooth – 4.1
1 USB 2.0
1 USB 3.0
1 Micro SD
1 AV Jack
1 LAN 100Mbps
Antutu – 45,717
Geekbench4 – 597 single-core | 1329 multi-core
Ice Storm Extreme – 3733
Sling Shot – 112
RAM Copy – 2769
ROM Speed – 39 MB/s read write 43MB/s
WiFi/LAN Speed – Max speed 5.8GHz | | 2.4GHz 43Mbps | LAN 53Mbps
The Eachlink H6 Max has too many issues for me to recommend to anyone. It has great potential, but the overheating situation compromises everything. The problem is in the design of the box, the heatsink on the board is too small to effectively dissipate the heat, and it needs larger ventilation holes to allow better airflow. The firmware is lacking proper optimization and due to the heating problem, they governed the CPU clock speed to try to control it. During the review, the USB 3.0 port totally went dead, and never worked after that. The Eachlink H6 Max is a failed TV Box.
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