Smartphone trailblazer Kata extends its digital technology to enhance home entertainment experience with the new Android-based Kata Box.
Introducing the Kata Box, the not-your-ordinary TV box designed to deliver not only your favorite online video content channels but a whole new plethora of content including digital media, games and apps.
The new Kata Box is set to “change the way you view home entertainment,” the company statement said.
“The Kata Box is created to turn your TV into a gateway for an amazing viewing experience,” the statement said.
The Kata Box runs on Google Android Kitkat 4.4 platform, and is equipped with Mali 450 and Amlogic S805 quad-core 1.5GHz processor, designed to turn your TV into a whole new world of content.
It also has a built-in 1GB RAM + 8GB ROM internal storage, that can allow users to save not only videos, but documents and apps which could be used for other tasks apart from just watching videos.
By simply connecting the Kata Box to a Wi-Fi router, users can begin to download apps, movies and other media, or access Facebook or YouTube.
Why not enjoy everything on a bigger screen? In order to maximize digital home entertainment experience, Kata box also has additional accessories: a game controller which lets users enjoy Android games, wireless keyboard with mouse, and an HDMI to VGA converter. All of these come in competitive prices.
“Kata has been known as a brand, which focuses on providing premium devices at affordable prices. It is our vision to provide our customers with the best digital experience straight into their homes,” Kata Digital David Chen said.
“Now they can take home any content that they like, and at very affordable prices. It will always be a pleasure for us to turn this vision into something tangible and doable,” Chen said.
The Kata Box is set to launch by the last week of September and will be available for Php2,999 retail price this September.