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TiVo Stream 4K Live TV Certified Android TV OS TV Box

TiVo Stream 4K TV Box Review

The TiVo Stream of 4K TV Box has been making waves on the Internet and even on Main streaming media appearing on TV commercials on major networks. This must have been a lightning rod to those in the streaming community causing quite a buzz as to what this streaming device has two offer. The challenge for the TiVo is that it has two matchup to the likes of the new Chromecast by Google and the new Dynalink TV box I recently reviewed. With all that advertising much is expected of this device compared against these two models. In my review of this device I would say that there are some things I like about this device such as the included wireless voice remote over the Chromecast and the Dynalink models and the inclusion of a Type C port which allows you to use a flash drive, USB controller, or use expandable storage. Another feature I like is that they include a TiVo live TV feature where they provide built-in life TV channels for free as well as you have the option to use any premium streaming services such as Netflix, Amazon prime video, Disney plus, HBO, and many more and view them in HD and 4K quality. This is because the box is a fully Google certified and it has Netflix ESN certification. The areas where it did not beat the Chromecast and the Dynalink model is in performance benchmarks, digital surround sound audio formats, and Vulkan support for 3D gaming.


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Hardware Specs:

CPU – Amlogic S905Y2 1.8GHz
GPU – Mali G31
Internal Storage – 8GB
Wi-Fi – Dual Band 2.4GHz + 5GHz
Bluetooth – 4.2


IO Ports

1 HDMI 2.0
1 Type C


Antutu – 74,902
Geekbench 4 – 751 Single Core | 1998 Multi-core
3D Mark – Ice storm Extreme 5,925 | Slingshot 530
RAM Copy – 3,248 MB/s
Internal Storage – 117 MB/s read | 51 MB/s Write
Wi-Fi – 5GHz 100% 2.4GHz 69%


4K 2160p 60Hz
Google Certified
Netflix in HD/4K
Dolby Vision
HDR display available
Alternative launchers work
Kodi/APKs streaming OK
Dolby Atmos/Dolby Surround
No overheating


Not Rooted
No Vulkan support
Slow gaming graphics
No HDR switch for non HDR TVs
No screen rotation

Final thoughts

This device is a really good affordable option if you want to enjoy Netflix and other premium streaming services in HD and 4K quality, and at the same time have access to some live TV, and have the option of alternative streaming methods. At the same time it would have been nice if they had included the ability to connect a type C hub that would have made the world of difference in things you can do on it.

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