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    Today we can start to have a look at the LAKE I Home Cloud TV Box 2/16GB Dual Wifi Gig lan, Android 6.0 Bluetooth 4.0
    Main Features:

    ● Quad-core Cortex A53 CPU gives you a high-speed feedback and smooth response
    ● 2G RAM DDR3 and 16G ROM, games and videos ran smoothly
    ● Android 6.0 version provides you the benefit of using all the latest updates and having access to all the tools, games, and Apps at the play store smoothly
    ● Supports 4K video, gives you high-quality video experience
    And many other features we will discover on the way...


    So lets start with the happy snaps, well presented and a good looking unit.

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    Last edited by trebor; 08-09-2017, 16:27. Reason: Due to an error a reload...apologies
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    LAKE I Home Cloud TV Box 2/16GB Dual Wifi Gig lan, Android 6.0 Bluetooth 4.0

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    So there we have a quick and detailed look at the LAKE I Home Cloud TV Box 2/16GB Dual Wifi Gig lan, Android 6.0 Bluetooth 4.0

    Hardest part I found was getting the HDD Compartment Lid off, the rest was way easier...
    Good looking I feel, Foresee eMMC previously not noted for performance hope things have improved.
    Sky Hynix Ram, RTL8821 WiFi chip, also we have the RTC Battery and I noticed 2 reset Buttons could be fun exercise.
    Good use of the Weight block in Lid as Heatsink with Thermal Pad, you can see the clips around the white border of Ram
    and CPU so a tin LID may have been used but i guess not...
    Power supply 12v 1.5 amps,
    Lots to discover with this box and much more come

    Thanks to Gearbest
    Coupon code: GBLAKE8 with also take a few bucks off current price
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    • #3
      Now to have a look at UI, should be much the same as other RTD device, as far as Benchmarks go I feel

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      Unit has Root but No SU, upper and Lower task bars Good clean UI with some nice features
      Last edited by trebor; 08-09-2017, 18:50.
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      • #4
        Benchmarks and more info on the LAKE I Home Cloud TV Box 2/16GB Dual Wifi Gig lan, Android 6.0 Bluetooth 4.0
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        To round it off what we have here is a revamped Beelink SEA,
        Lake1 Better looking case, Smaller, External Antenna. other bits to be found

        The Benchmarks are also close the Sea scores..

        While running all tests no Strange or unusual events,
        Google Sign in and updates 100%

        Unit behaved so far under all test given and I see we have Qodi/kodi installed.

        Oh and yes it has a clock, very bright...and found the setting under display.

        More as I fiddle
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          You will also find a User manual amongst all the apps that gives you a walkthrough of setting up your phone as a Control Terminal: Click for larger Image.

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          • #6
            Good overview, thanks. Does the HDD bay fit a 2.5" drive only or a 3.5" one can be used as well? I couldn't detect unused pins or unpopulated extensions (ie GPIO) in the board pics, did you see anything like that?

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            • #7
              Thanks Wolfgan , hope the overview gives you enough of an idea.
              Unit will take a 2.5 drive internally due to size,
              Hang one from the USB3 port easily enough,
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              • #8
                Originally posted by trebor View Post
                Thanks Wolfgan , hope the overview gives you enough of an idea.
                Unit will take a 2.5 drive internally due to size,
                Hang one from the USB3 port easily enough,
                Awesome, thanks trebor I'm still trying to find any info about RTD1295 GPIO capabilities (docs, diagrams, pinouts, ...) to be able to convert this unit in a 24/7 file & media server. home automation hunb, etc etc. This SoC seems very capable.

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                • #9
                  And the firmware from Beelink SEA is suitable for this box? Beelink SEA has already released version 106.

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                  • #10
                    Delivered the firmware SEAI_106M0_16G_20170829-1010. I'm testing.

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                  • #11
                    The firmware got up as a native))) With minor improvements to build.prop, video playback is super.

                    persist.media.USE_RTMediaPlayer=true
                    persist.media.USE_RtkExtractor=true
                    persist.media.RTSP_USE_RTPLAYER=true
                    persist.media.MMS_USE_RTPLAYER=true
                    persist.media.DisableInband=true

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                    • #12
                      please download new firmware 105M0.

                      http://freaktab.com/forum/tv-player-...ake1_105m0_16g

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                      • #13
                        Originally posted by AZW View Post
                        please download new firmware 105M0.

                        http://freaktab.com/forum/tv-player-...ake1_105m0_16g
                        when android 7 coming?
                        MINIX U1, MINI MXIII, MINI MXIII II, GT1, SEA I

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                        • #14
                          [QUOTE=KAA;n673645]

                          when android 7 coming?[/QUOTE

                          no idea, we are waiting for updating from Realtek.

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