Supersonic, Inc. introduces a new Android powered set-top box

Supersonic, Inc. introduces a new Android powered set-top box

Supersonic, Inc. recently introduced a new set top box, powered by Android. The SC-66G ($199) Android-powered set-top box features a wireless full-size keyboard and Wi-Fi capability. The SC-66G, which is shipping now at a $199 suggested retail, has Wi-Fi capability, four USB ports and a MicroSD card slot, as well as SATA, Ethernet and HDMI ports.

The box offers up availability to YouTube, Hulu, check your  email, the weather and more.

To check out the full line of Internet TV’s, check out http://www.supersonicinc.com

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