The G-Box MX2 resembles a commonplace HTPC, with adjusted corners and an all-dark plastic form. A great chrome G-Box logo on the highest point of the gadget adds a little style to its generally unadorned outside.
The MX2 is altogether bigger than the hockey puck-sized Roku 3, at 4.5 by 4.5 by 1 inches and 12.8 ounces. By the by, the MX2 is sufficiently little that once you tuck it beside your TV, you'll scarcely notice its there.
The g box Vancouver highlights a wide exhibit of ports. The left half of the gadget has a SD/MMC card pursuer and three USB 2.0 ports for peripherals, for example, outer drives. On the back are HDMI-out, an Ethernet port, another USB port and two A/V jacks.
The copious USB ports are convenient, given that most clients will probably need to module a Bluetooth connector for a remote mouse and console. Notwithstanding, no less than one USB 3.0 port would help for a quick association with fresher outside hard drives.. Now available at topmediabox.com at its best.