The Jetstream Android TV box is a decent performing TV box. It's capable of Ultra High Definition (4k), but I am unable to comment on that because I don't have UHD TV. However, the picture quality on a standard HD TV was very good. The box has the requisite HDMI output to connect to HD devices, along with twin standard USB-A ports, an ethernet network connection port, a slot for SD cards, and an audio jack (3.5mm). For network connectivity, in addition to the previously mentioned RJ45 network port, it also features Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The unit comes with a power adapter and it's a simple two cable connection to get up and running. With the power and HDMI cables connected, and the box turned on, it begins a basic setup procedure. First up is pairing it with the included remote. Next, it will ask if you want to sign in with your Android/Google credentials from your phone. If you say yes, it will pair with your phone, import your WiFi connection information, and then present you with a list of apps that are TV box appropriate, and you can check or uncheck any you don't want. Also displayed are the apps that are already built into the box (which can't be unchecked) so will be on your menu, even if you never use them. For the apps it does import, it will also bring you user information and password. Apps such as Google Play Store account, Netflix, YouTube, MLB-TV, etc, all will function. If you choose not to have it import your phone/tablet info, it then goes through Wi-Fi network setup, after which you can start downloading and installing apps. The box has a few interesting and useful features, such as google assistant which lets you control it with you voice. Another feature that is has is built in Chromecast, so if you have a device and content you want to cast to your TV, this box will let you do it without additional hardware. You can also plug in and play any content you might have on SD cards, or USB drives. Some users have commented on freezing during play back, but I have not seen this problem yet. Granted, I don't have a bunch of hours of watching, and trying different streaming sources, so I can't truly say that it's not a problem. The box comes pre-loaded with several free apps like You Tube and Pandora, but also subscription services like Netflix, Hulu, Vudu, HBO-Now, Sling and Showtime. Several of these also have free limited time trial offers included, so you can try before you buy. Lastly, this box comes running the latest version of Android (8.0/Oreo), which is surprising for a TV box. I'm not familiar with the update cycle for Android on peripheral devices, so I don't know if it's anything that will be done in the future. If not, al least the version included will be several years from abandonment. All things considered, this is a decent box with enough features and ease of use that make it a good choice for first time Android TV box buyers.