What is VU+ UNO 4k SE?
Vu+ announced the Uno 4K SE at the Anga Cable and Satellite fair earlier this year, so naturally, people have been wondering what is different from the previous Uno 4K model.
So let’s take a look and find out.
- 1.7 GHz ARM Dual-Core Processor
- 4GB Flash (eMMC)
- 2GB DDR4 DRAM
- 2.4” LCD for MiniTv
- Gigabit LAN (10/100/1000 MBit/s)
- 1x Advanced Pluggable FBC DVB-S2 or DVB-C or Dual DVB-T2 Tuner
- HDMI in and out
- HDR10/HLG support
- 1x Common-Interface
- 1x Smartcard-Reader (Xcrypt)
- 2x USB 3.0
- S/PDIF audio output optical (digital)
- Quad PIP (Picture in Picture)
- DiSEqC 1.0/1.1/1.2, USALS
- External 12V power supply
- Power Switch
- Fanless Silent Operation
- Advanced Linux Operating System
- Media Player
- Downloadable Plug-Ins supported
- EPG supported
- Unlimited channel lists for TV / Radio
- Automatic & Manual Service Scan Supported
- Multiple LNB control (DiSEqC) supported
- OSD in many languages
- Skin change supported
The Uno 4K SE is a nice sized box (the dimensions are (W x D x H): 280mm x 222mm x50mm). The front panel is basic with only a white Led glowing on the left and the 2.4” LCD screen in the center. The box is finished with a gloss black on ¾ of the front, and the other ¼ has a shiny matt finish as does the top, which looks great (although the glossy part is a fingerprint and dust magnet).