Portonics has launched the Limebox, what it calls an Android internet media box. Priced at Rs. 8,499, the Portronics Limebox bears 4GB of built-in storage space, and supports wireless keyboards and mice, apart from SD cards and USB pen drives.
The Portronics Limebox runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and has access to the Android Market or Google Play Store. Featuring a 1.2 GHz Rockchip processor, the Limebox is coupled with 512MB of DDR3 RAM. It supports Adobe Flash 10.1, and can play 1080p HD videos, in the following formats (MP4, MOV, AVI, DVD, VIDEO, ASF, WMV, MKV, RM, RMVB, TS, TP, DAT, MPG, MPEG and VOB).
Users will also be able to edit and view documents, with Android Office apps. It can be connected to a TV via HDMI cable, or RGB component cable. The manufacturer has already bundled apps like Angry birds and Fruit Ninja on the Limebox.
The Portronics Limebox features a microUSB 2.0 interface, as well as DLNA, and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n support, apart from Ethernet connectivity. It supports the following audio formats: (MPEG-1Layer 3, WMA, WMA por, MPEG-1/2 Layer 1/2, ADPCM, AAC, OGG Vorbis, Dolby, Digital ACS, RA-COOK, FLAC, DTS, DTS HD and Down-mixing).