TV boxes have become a dime a dozen with literally hundreds being released every year by countless different companies. A lot of them have inherent problems, such as buggy firmware or underpowered SoCs, but many (even some of the cheaper ones) are also surprisingly well made and priced. One of such TV boxes is the VidOn TV box, which not only has fairly exclusive features like Blu-Ray menu support but is also an official sponsor of Kodi, suggesting they have a unique/customized version of the media playing software in comparison to others who'd just be using the generic versions of the app. Below are my first impressions for the TV box along with a gallery of the device's unboxing.
So far the TV box has been extremely responsive and everything appears to be designed so that it can be easily used with the provided remote. This is in contrast to other devices with just a standard Android launcher and no real thought given to how the device will be used.