LeEco made a pretty big deal out of its U.S. launch a couple of months ago, it announced several new products at the event, including but not limited to smartphones, smart TVs, and even an electric car concept. The company continues to churn out new products even if they’re not destined for the U.S. with the latest being a $80 ultra-thin TV box that it’s called the LeTV U4 TV Box.

The LeTV U4 TV Box weighs just 157 grams and measures in at 100×100×10.8 mm. It’s certainly one of the thinnest and most portable Android TV set-top boxes in the market right now.

LeEco’s box is powered by a 2.0 GHz Amlogic S905 quadcore processor that’s coupled with a 750 MHz Mali-450 graphics processor. The box also features 2GB of RAM and is available in two storage versions with 8GB and 16GB storage. Dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.1 are onboard as well.

The box is capable of supporting 4K output and plays nicely with a wide variety of audio and video formats. It’s running on Android Marshmallow 6.0 with the company’s custom EUI 5.9 skin on top. It’s the same custom skin that you get with LeEco’s SuperTV lineup.

LeEco is only selling the LeTV U4 Android Box in China with prices starting at 299 Yuan. The company hasn’t confirmed as yet if it’s going to bring this box to the United States.

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