Freakbox Android TV box now launched for a reduced price of $103

Freakbox, the Rockchip powered Android TV box that developers from the FreakTab community put together is now up for pre-order.

The Freakbox was announced for $149, which made the device quite a bit expensive than similarly spec’d TV boxes from China. However, the devs seem to have realized that and and brought the price down by almost a third, to offer the Freakbox for just $103. Take a look at the specs, and you’ll realize the Freakbox isn’t nearly a bad deal, with all the dev-support that’s going to come your way once you purchase the device.

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  • 1.6GHz quad-core CPU ā€“ Rockchip RK3188
  • 2GB RAM
  • Expandable storage
  • 2.4GHz/5GHz WiFi with external antenna
  • RJ45 port
  • 3x USB ports
  • HDMI out, 1080p @30fps
  • 3.5mm audio jack

Interested? Head over to the pre-order pageĀ (on and book yourself one. According to the vendor, the Freakbox will ship mid-September, exactly a month from now.

Dev support + premium vs. affordability… which camp are you on? We’d be interested to know!

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  1. Danial
    August 14, 2014

    still waaaay too expensive! because you can buy the latest xiaomi box which supports 4k video output and it has a powerful 2Ghz cpu and gpu and a price tag of ~90$ through international resellers… nope no one will fall for this.

  2. fedor
    August 15, 2014

    It already has a outdated cpu, there is no sense in buying this