Originally Posted by techflaws
Says who? I wouldn't touch a media player that can't have all its features work with Internet access with a 10-foot-pole. I'm willing to pay more for the hardware and be done with it.
Also, I'm quite skeptical you can outperform Kodi's feature set. From what I've read your boxes don't even support autoframe.
Calm down, dude. Kodi(XBMC) in our Box is called VidOn XBMC, this is just an Android App in the box, that's not our big point. VidOn Media Center is the soul of the Box. All the features we (will) provide are based on VidOn Media Center.
Some box manufacturers sell their box but never give users an update, but we are different, we will release new update every week to add new features, to fix new reported bugs.
Hardware is just a carrier of the software, iPhone without iOS cannot be called iPhone, but iPhone is too expensive. We are different, we sell Box at cost price, and charge software service fee only $1.99/month, just a cup of coffee. Then you can enjoy more new features, will receive software update every week, your reported bugs will have people to fix it. That's how we make money.
We have autoframe features now, it will auto switch the framerate accroding to the source, now it supports 24Hz/60Hz, and we will add 23.976Hz later.
VidOn Box needn't always connect the Internet, you are only asked to access the Internet only when you power on the box for the first time and login your VidOn Account. After login, you can disconnect the Internet.