What is VU+ Zero 4k?
Vu+ announced the Zero 4K at the Anga Cable and Satellite fair in May 2017, so naturally, people have been wondering what it is like, and if is a good entry point into the 4K satellite market.
So let’s take a look and find out.
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- 1.5 GHz ARM Dual-Core Processor
- 4GB Flash (eMMC)
- 2GB DDR4 DRAM
- LAN (10/100 MBit/s)
- 1x Single DVB-S2X Multistream tuner (Single DVB-C version also available)
- HDMI 2.0
- HDR10/HLG support
- 1x Common-Interface
- 1x Smartcard-Reader (Xcrypt)
- 1x USB 2.0
- S/PDIF audio output optical (digital)
- DiSEqC 1.0/1.1/1.2, USALS
- External 12V power supply
- Power Switch
- Fanless Silent Operation
Inside the Zero 4K:
Looking inside the Zero 4K, at the rear left, is the single DVB-S2X tuner (or DVB-C tuner if you purchased that model instead). The tuners are fixed, so you cannot swap between them. The large black heatsink you can see on the right covers the Broadcom BCM 72604 1.5 GHz dual-core 7000 DMIPS ARM v7 CPU, the card slot and CI slot are on the left and they are inserted from the rear, as you can see, there is no space for an internal HDD in the Zero 4K.