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    Default UGOOS AM7 Amlogic S905X4, Android 11, 2.0Ghz, 4/32gb, WIFI 6 Gig Lan

    Thanks to UGOOS we can have a Look see at the NEW Ugoos AM7
    UGOOS AM7 Amlogic S905X4, Android 11, 2.0Ghz, 4/32gb, WIFI 6 Gig Lan



    Has a few Great features as most Ugoos devices.



    The Box:


    What's in the Box:
    The Unit is Covered excluding underside with a Clear Acrilic ~3mm or so thick



    Side View or back your choice:


    This be the Front View I feel:


    All these Ports Sweet:


    And More on the other Side:


    Underside we have the Reset and Upate buttons and vents

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    Default UGOOS AM7 Amlogic S905X4, Android 11, 2.0Ghz, 4/32gb, WIFI 6 Gig Lan

    Lets have a look on the inside:

    Android 11
    English ... multilingual support
    S905X4 4 * A55 CPU + 2.0G
    ARM G31 MP2 GPU
    DDR4 4 GB
    32 GB
    Wi-Fi + BT 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac / ax 2T2R 5.0 module
    WIFI module (wifi 6.0) ( AP6275S )
    ETHERNET 1000MBPS
    Remote control
    BT remote control with voice + gyroscope
    CEC
    Support RTC
    DC 5V / 3ADC adapter
    Led work light
    UGOOS LOGO
    HDR
    HD output
    Maximum resolution output HD2.1 4K x 2K @ 60
    OTG: TYPE C
    USB port
    1 * USB 2.0 OTG + 3 * USB 3.0 host + 1 TYPE C
    Data output
    1 * SPDIF
    AV OUT
    1 x AV & 3.5mm output

    Remove the base:



    Out with the PCB top view:



    Looking Pretty good on the inside...

    Well its on, its running,
    Had an update already and its rather zippy and great I find, smooth as silk.

    Can tell pretty easy I find when doing screen screen captures it just flies thru them a sign of good ram and speed.
    Logged into Google all good and easy, update a few apps very quickly but that is the norm these days.
    This is going to be a fun little unit I feel, very much fun

    More Later

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