Stofa launches Android TV box with Kaon
Danish driver Stofa will certainly be launching brand-new TV box based on Android TV in 2017. It will be a crossbreed box, combing a receiver as well as streaming video.
The aspiration is that the new box will certainly establish new standards for tv experience on the Danish market. Package was created in cooperation with Google and also South Korean maker Kaon.
The box includes the current variation of Android TV 7.0 (Nougat) and also flaunts no less than 4 DVB-C tuners, integrated WiFi, 2GB of RAM as well as decoding of 4K UltraHD, it likewise has built-in Chromecast ability.
In addition to offering accessibility to Stofa services, the box will certainly also provide the Google Play app store with apps and also games, which includes direct accessibility to Netflix.
Stofa, which offers around 700,000 clients, will certainly begin providing the new STBs in the fall of 2017. "It is vital for us that we follow the desires of customers, as well as there is no doubt that they go in the instructions of ease, better freedom and individualisation.
As a result, utilizing our new Android service to name a few points, people will certainly have the ability to look throughout all media and systems. Particularly, this implies as an example that if you browse on "Star Wars", then you will get results across streaming services and also direct TV.
And also you have actually not subscribed to the streaming service so you could rapidly as well as easily get it with a couple of clicks of the remote control," clarified Ole Fruekilde, Chief Executive Officer of Stofa.