Monsterbox X1 Pro Review
Another player in the life TV market is a brand called Monsterbox and they have two models the Monsterbox X1 Max, and the Monsterbox X1 Pro. Both models provide the same service is just that the X1 Max has more RAM and internal storage. The main contention with these boxes is the price as most people find it difficult to pay for an Android box of this nature. However it’s the live-TV and video on demand is what drives the price.
Unlike other IPTV apps this box connects directly to servers using Mac address, which means that it eliminates buffering and it delivers seamless streams of life TV and video-on-demand movies.
So in this review you will discover that the hardware used these boxes are pretty low end, however the service you get on these boxes and the ability to cut cost on your monthly bills is worth the investment.
Sterling TV 1300+ Channels
Sterling VOD Unlimited streams of movies and TV Shows
Amlogic Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 processor, High-speed 2GB DDR3 Flash Memory
Optimized Android 9.0 system
Features 16GB eMMC Internal Storage, also support Micro SD TF Card up to 128GB
Supports UHD H.264 Decoding up to 4K / 6K / 3D Ultimate HD video.
Equipped with Dual Antenna 2.4G / 5G WiFi Technology, compatible with up to 100M Ethernet LAN.
For each package, you will get One Monsterbox X1 Pro, One Remote Control, One HDMI Cable, One Power Adapter (US Plug) and One User Manual.
They provide One Year Warranty. For any after-sale services, you can contact us via Online Chat or Email, our professionals will help you solve it.
Monsterbox X1 Pro Specs
CPU – Allwinner H6 4X 1.4Ghz
GPU – Mali T720
RAM – 2GB DDR3
Internal Storage – 32GB
Wi-Fi – Dual Band 2.4GHz + 5GHz T2TR MIMO
LAN – 100Mbps
Bluetooth – 4.1
1 HDMI 2.0
1 RJ45 LAN
1 Optical Audio
1 USB 3.0
1 USB 2.0
1 Micro SD Card slot
2 External T2TR MIMO antennas
Antutu – 61,208
Geekbench 4 – 607 Single Core | 1,505 Multi-core
3D Mark – Ice storm Extreme 4,015| Slingshot 105
RAM Copy – 3,201 MB/s
Internal Storage – 107 MB/s read | 42 MB/s Write
Wi-Fi – 5GHz 56% | 2.4GHz 42%
LAN Speed – 34% 100Mbps
Monsterbox X1 Pro Features
Excellent Long Term Live TV/IPTV Service
Fast VOD Client server streaming Apk movies
Great Wi-Fi reception on both bands
HDR display available
Alternative launchers work
Good box housing design
Limited Android gaming but OK graphics rendering
Gamepad Keymapping apps works
Bluetooth remote with voice search
T2 TR dual antennas 2.4GHZ + 5GHz
No root switch
No screen rotation
Netflix in basic 480p Lacking DRM
Poor 4K video playback
No Vulkan GPU support
No Dolby/DTS audio
Auto HDR not firing
Alternative launchers cannot set to default
Live wallpapers don’t work
Limited Google Play store
Developer options hidden (app needed)
Screen casting not working
In my opinion the Monsterbox X1 Pro and the SuperBox S3 Pro are the same boxes, different housing, same servers they are feeding from, with different app names. I don’t mind any of that or that they are just rebranding, what I would like is that they use better TV Box hardware so at least you get something more than just the service for your money. The boxes are functional and the life TV service is excellent however, they are too low end to attract some buyers.
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