Homatics Pocket TV brings Google TV on RayNeo XR Glasses

Homatics Pocket TV

Google TV offers the best possible Android-based TV experience, and it is mostly available on Smart TVs or TV boxes. Well, Homatics Pocket TV wants to bring a change in that regard. The company has decided to give you a device capable of offering the same experience but in a highly portable form factor.

As the name suggests, the Homatics Pocket TV fits in your pocket. It boasts a built-in remote and a long-lasting battery, freeing you from the constraints of power outlets and designated viewing areas. So, unlike traditional streaming devices, the Pocket TV prioritizes portability over plugging into a television.

More About the Homatics Pocket TV

Measuring a mere 130 x 61 x 23mm (5.1″ x 2.4″ x 0.9″), it’s smaller than most smartphones. This makes it incredibly portable. But the Homatics Pocket TV isn’t just about convenience. It packs a serious punch under the hood too.

Homatics Pocket TV

The Pocket TV comes with an Amlogic S905Y4 processor with 4x Cortex-A35 CPU cores and Mali-G31MP2 graphics. This ensures smooth performance when navigating menus and streaming content. There’s 3 GB of RAM, allowing multitasking and app switching without sluggishness. As for storage, Homatics Pocket TV has 64 GB of space, which provides ample space for your favorite apps and movies.

Also, there’s microSD card support. This lets you expand your library further by up to a whopping 2TB. Built-in WiFi 6 ensures a fast and stable connection for seamless streaming, eliminating buffering woes.

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However, the Pocket TV goes beyond the typical specs found in most streaming devices. A massive 6,500mAh battery keeps you entertained for up to 7 hours of continuous use and 5.5 hours of video playback. You can also get an impressive 9 days on standby.

Need a quick charge for your phone? The Pocket TV doubles as a power bank, letting you juice up your devices while you enjoy your content. Navigation is a breeze with the integrated remote control.

So, What Do You Use to Enjoy Google TV With This Pocket-Friendly Device?

There’s a mini HDMI 2.1 port. It lets you connect the Pocket TV to various displays. However, its true potential shines with portable screens. Forget wall outlets and separate remotes. The Pocket TV is tailor-made for portable monitors, projectors, or even virtual/augmented reality glasses. This brings us to the device’s true calling: AR/XR glasses.

Pocket TV for Rayneo

Of course, the fact that the Homatics Pocket TV has a HDMI 2.1 portyou can also connect to non-smart TV. With this, the device becomes an alternative to smart TV dongles that you see in the market. 

Pricing and Availability

The Pocket TV is expected to retail for around $179. While this positions it above some basic streaming dongles, its focus on portability, AR/VR compatibility, and built-in power bank functionality might make it a worthwhile investment for those seeking a more versatile entertainment solution.

As for when it will be available, you should be able to get it from RayNeo’s official website starting next month. Keep an eye out on the website to get more details on pricing and availability.

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