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BuzzTV Powerstation 6 Preview – New Device Coming Soon!

BuzzTV Powerstation 6

BuzzTV has announced the launch of a new Android TV streaming device called the BuzzTV Powerstation 6 which is expected to be available sometime in 2024.

The Powerstation 6 (P6) comes in a lineup of 3 new devices from BuzzTV which also includes the X5 SuperSport and the L1 Linux Player.

The most notable, however, is the Powerstation 6 which is what we will discuss in this detailed guide that will provide you with everything you need to know about this device including images,  specifications, and more.

We envision this unit being used as a streaming server as well as a playback client as well.

BuzzTV unveiled these devices at CES 2024 and also in their product catalog which provided some insight into this powerful new device that we can expect sometime in the near future.

BuzzTV has been a staple in the streaming device landscape for many years with powerful Android TV Boxes that come in all shapes and sizes.

We will keep you updated as more information is made available including price and release date, but for now, here is what we know about the P6 from BuzzTV.

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BuzzTV Powerstation 6 (P6) Preview

BuzzTV P6

The Powerstation 6 from BuzzTV will be available in two different color combinations: All black and Lime Green/Black with 2 different DRAM options to boot including an 8GB or 16GB version for extremely fast, smooth operation.

This beast of a device will feature dual quad-core processors and will be powered by Rockchip RK3588 SoC which packs enough punch for all of your gaming needs and more.

It will support up to 8K streaming and has simultaneous encoding and decoding capabilities with up to 2.4GHz frequency.

Best of all, the P6 has built-in 128GB of internal storage with expandable storage capabilities via NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory express) for all of your apps, files, games, and more.

The name Powerstation comes from the included 10-watt USB-C power ports that will let you charge your favorite devices including phones, tablets, and gaming controllers.

BuzzTV Powerstation 6

Also included is a Gigabit Ethernet port and Dual Band 2.4/5G with Wi-Fi 6 for a speedy connection to your network.

The Operating System for the BuzzTV Powerstation 6 will be Android 13 which we do not see often in these streaming devices and something many are looking forward to.

Packaged with the P6 will be the BT500 Smart Remote from BuzzTV that has voice support and is powered by two AA batteries for 2.5x longer life.

BT500 Remote


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Listed below is the complete specifications list for the BuzzTV Powerstation 6.

Specs

  • 128GB Internal Storage
  • 8GB or 16GB DRAM
  • Two color choices (All Black or Lime Green & Black)
  • Up to 8K streaming capabilities
  • Expandable Storage via NVMe memory
  • Gigabit Ethernet Port
  • Android 13 OS
  • 10-Watt USB Power Ports for Charging & More
  • Included BT500 Smart Remote
  • Built-in Wi-Fi 6 capabilities
  • 2.4GHz frequency
  • Bluetooth 5.0

Complete details can be found in the BuzzTV Product Catalog which you can access below.

2024 BuzzTV Product Catalog

We suggest bookmarking this as we will keep it updated as more information is made available. Stay tuned for a review of the BuzzTV Powerstation 6 as soon as this device is released!

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Notable Replies

  1. I have fallowed you for years :+1::+1: and cut the cord with the firestick. With the upcoming changes I will need to change streaming devices eventually. That being said what streaming device do you recommend? As the firestick is all I know… thank you for your time.

  2. You’ll get lots of opinions on different devices and most are good choices from the budget friendly ONN or TiVo boxes to the higher price Nvidia or Buzz TV.
    The important thing to remember is that all of these are Android boxes, including the Firestick. If you can operate a firestick you can operate the others.
    Just because you learned to drive a Ford doesn’t mean you can’t drive a Toyota !

  3. Avatar for edkoby edkoby says:

    What is the Widevine classification for the P6?

  4. Avatar for JPM69 JPM69 says:

    Like @BigDave said, you have a wide variety to choose from. The best way to know what to get is how you will use it. Just streaming? Gaming? Lots of apps?

    I started with firesticks and have since moved on as well (one fs left). Both my Nvidea Shield Pro and Onn 4k box both work well but you definitely have more speed/capabilities with the Shield Pro.

    If you arent in a rush just do some research first. For $20 the Onn is a good start and can be used as a back up device in case you decide to get something else.

    Happy hunting.

  5. How difficult is it to side load the Nvidea Shield Pro… Kodi/Addons and the such.
    I’m looking at the more expensive NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV Pro Streaming Media Player; 4K HDR, but are wondering if maybe that’s too much for what I do, which is strictly streaming.

  6. Avatar for JPM69 JPM69 says:

    I guess the difficulty will depend on your knowledge. But when you say “strictly streaming” what do you mean? Iptv? Kodi? Tv apps?

    Kodi is just a download from the app store. Not a pain like with a FS. No side loading needed but you will need to set up kodi with addons or a build.

    Other things may require you to use Downloader. This will give you access to other apks that would be considered as side loading. As they arent available through regular download options.

    Yet still others are available from different ways.

    I have the Nvidia Shield tv pro and it is probably more than i need but i also dont worry about my downloads or storage space. Its quick and has great video enhancement features. No complaints.

    I also have the Onn 4k box. Runs fine but its limited to how much can be downloaded. Just like the Firestick it only has about 5GB of space but half the price.Both are slower than the Nvidia and its noticeable.

    There may be better more suitable options for you as well. I just havent used them to know.

    If you want to get your feet wet and test the water…get a Onn 4k box for $20. If you like it and it fits your needs… Perfect! If you need more…there plenty of other options before you have to spend $ on a Nvidia shield tv pro.

    Or just buy the Pro and know you have all you need. If $ isnt an issue this is the pick.

    Hope this helps.

  7. Great points. I do my own simple kodi build, estuary with Twilight & a wizard.
    Other than that its Syncler & Sling for Dad. Ordered the OnnTv box and decided to go with the Nvidia Pro.
    My Amazon devices both my $k Cube & Stick are now freezing on the splash screen and are having to remove the textures file every week. Something I had no issues with a year ago. That and their telling us what we can and cannot do with devices we pay good money for.
    Really appreciate the reply.

  8. I can’t wait to see Troys review. I swear by the boxes I have now but this one looks very tempting

  9. Avatar for Miki Miki says:

    I am really curious about the “Green monster” . Haven’t seen a full spec sheet yet though.

  10. Avatar for Larryw Larryw says:

    I only have two comments about the buzz boxes and any other new boxes that are coming out.

    Are they controlled by Bluetooth?
    If not, I don’t wanna have anything to do with them. I want to use my smart TV controller just like I do now with my Amazon boxes. I don’t want more TV controllers.

    Are they faster than the Amazon cube?
    From everything I’ve seen so far none of the new buzz boxes and others are faster than the Amazon cubes. Not just the new cubes even the old ones. I don’t wanna waste my time going to a box that’s slower, which means to me more spooning and other issues.

    I will move away from my cube when Amazon stops me from Streaming what I want. I will not move just because “this might happen”.
    IMHO

    Good luck,

  11. Avatar for Larryw Larryw says:

    I also noticed on the buzz box that the connection to Wi-Fi is only 2.4. For a box of $200 I would think you would have 2.4 and 5.0 ghz. IMHO
    Like the cube.
    Good luck,

  12. Thanks for the link! I will for sure watch for the release of these new boxes. I am looking to migrate off the Amazon Cubes I have, given the recent and continuing reduction in benefits of the Amazon Fire tool set, lost side loading(coming) and reduced display, and increased ads without an upcharge)

  13. it’s actually 2.4G 5G and wifi 6 if you actually read the specs

  14. Avatar for Larryw Larryw says:

    Thank you for correcting me. I only saw 2.4. I’m sorry I missed the other two.

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