Amazing!!! BMAX B2 Intel Win 10 Mini PC – Dual Boot Android TV OS TV Box

BMAX B2 Intel Win 10 Mini PC Review

BMAX is the name of a new brand that has entered the market with the new line of mini PCs one of them is the BMax B2 mini PC running on the Windows 10 operating system, and it provides performance and expandable storage options via M.2 SSD slot. The BMax B2 mini PC is one of their entry-level models that provides great performance and at the same time gives you great value at competitive price. In my review I was surprised that this model had a CPU post clock speed of up to 2.2 GHz. I like that they give you the option to install an additional M.2 SSD up to 2 TB. On this expandable storage you can install wide range of alternative operating system, from android x86, to Ubuntu, and LibreELEC .



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BMAX B2 in the box

BMAX B2 Hardware

  • CPU – Intel Celeron N3450 base 1.1GHz/boost 2.2GHz
  • RAM – 8GB LPDDR4
  • Storage – 128GB M.2 SATA SSD
  • Expandable – M.2 NVMe SSD
  • GPU – Intel HD Graphics 500
  • Bluetooth – 4.2
  • Wi-Fi – Dual band 801.11 ac 2.4GHz + 5GHz
  • LAN – 1000Mbps
  • Internal cooling fan

BMAX B2 AIDA64 extreme system and hardware info


IO Ports

  • Dual HDMI
  • 2x USB 3.0
  • 2x USB 2.0
  • 1x Headphone jack
  • 1x Ethernet LAN
  • 1x Micro SD
  • 1x M.2 SATA SSD Slot
  • 1x M.2 NVMe SSD Slot
  • 1x SATA port for HDD (cable not included)

BMAX B2 rear IO ports BMAX B2 Front IO Ports BMAX B2 SD card reader and vents BMAX B2 bottom panel BMAX B2 M.2 SSD ports



  • Android TV OS 9 Pie
  • Root Access
  • Display resolution settings
  • Audio output switch and setup wizard
  • CPU mode Powersave/Performance
  • Virtual memory swap creation
  • Screen recorder
  • Mouse right click back enabler
  • Voice remote/regular remote setup wizard
  • Google Assistant feature
  • Option to side-load Keyboard for Android TV (mouse pointer friendly)
  • 64Bit ABIs
  • Dolby/DTS digital audio option
  • Alternative launchers work form mobile Android version
  • Menu Button navigation bar works

BMAX B2 running on Android TV OS X86 resolution settings

BMAX B2 running on Android TV OS X86 Sound output settings

BMAX B2 running on Android TV OS X86 Dolby DTS options



When applied as a Windows desktop Mini PC as what it was built for it works okay. The base clock speed is 1.1 GHz which tends to make it run a bit slow in less demanding activities. What I like about the Windows operating system is that you can connect it to your TV and watch Netflix and Amazon prime video in HD and 4K quality without the worry about DRM support. The area where it’s lacking, is 4K video playback and the ability to play larger games with higher graphics.

When applied as an android TV box under an alternative operating system such as android x86 like I have done in the video, opens up a whole new set of features that you can perform as an android TV box running on Windows Intel hardware. However, as much as you have all these great features android x86 is still a work in progress and had some issues in the area of 4K playback, HDR display, Dolby and DTS digital audio formats, and smooth 3D gaming. However, 1080p videos played without issues, and smaller android games played better.



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