It’s easy to mistake StreamSmart and JetstreamBox with each other. After all, both of these little black boxes practically offer the same thing—access to over 100,000 movies and TV shows, 1,000 channels and 500 radio stations. These two boxes can basically topple cable and Netflix with one hand behind their backs.
For a one-time payment, both boxes offer the exact same things your monthly cable bills require you to pay $100 a month for. So, it’s no surprise that people are getting increasingly curious about what exactly these two popular media boxes can do.
The debate about StreamSmart Vs JetstreamBox has always been present. The hardware looks similar. The interface is almost the same. Even the number of channels, movies and the exact features are nearly parallel to each other. But of course, something sets these two boxes apart—the stability of their processors, their graphics and their customer service.
JetstreamBox and StreamSmart: The Pros and Cons
JetstreamBox and StreamSmart offer the perfect package—live worldwide sporting events, latest movies, no-commercial TV shows, unlimited adult entertainment and network sharing. It has SD and USB memory ports, and works with just about any television. It is portable, which means you can bring it over to a friend’s house if you are having a movie night or a party there.
They run on the latest Android 4.2.2 system, which puts them at par with the latest media players released by the likes of Samsung, LG and even Asus. They both have 1080P full HD decoding although customer reviews pointed out to the more vivid colors that StreamSmart produces.
Moreover, because these boxes need to connect to the Internet, the manufacturers decided to make it easier for their clients by including a built-in WiFi and external antenna for stable receiving of signals in these boxes. They also support the use of USB mouse, keyboard and 2.4G QWERT remote control.
StreamSmart Comes Out on Top
When it comes to video formats, though, reviews said StreamSmart supports more formats than JetstreamBox as some had trouble playing specific video formats on JetstreamBox, which is really a frustration when a quiet movie night is what the client is expecting.
Furthermore, although the makers of JetstreamBox boasts it as being portable enough for clients to bring it anywhere, it does not offer the same aluminum casing that StreamSmart showcased its products in. The aluminum casing makes it safe and secure for the little black box to be brought anywhere.
Customers have been raving about the faster processor of StreamSmart too, plus its almost zero percent buffering they experience even during days they have slow Internet connection. The remote control included with StreamSmart came out on top of the controls provided by JetstreamBox as well.
If there’s one thing, though, that pushes clients to choose StreamSmart over JetstreamBox, it’s the 24/7 customer hotline provided by the former. Although JetstreamBox has a 24/7 customer support, clients have been going over to StreamSmart’s website primarily because of satisfied customers who have given StreamSmart’s technical support an almost perfect feedback score.