Since many customers keep asking what are the differences between Autel MaxiCOM MK808 & Autel MaxiCheck MX808? Which diagnostic tool is better? How should I choose?
We have listed a comparison form as below for reference.
Autel MK808 vs. MX808 Comparison
|Item||Autel MaxiCOM MK808||Autel MaxiCheck MX808|
|Operating System||Android™ 4.4.4||Android™ 4.4.4, KitKat|
|Processor||Cortex-A9 processor(1.5 GHz)||Cortex-A9 processor(1.5 GHz)|
|Display||7-inch LCD capacitive touchscreen with 1024×600 resolution||7-inch LCD capacitive touchscreen with 1024×600 resolution|
|Connectivity||Mini USB 2.0||Mini USB 2.0|
|Micro SD card (supports up to 32GB)||HDMI Type A|
|Micro SD card slot (supports up to 32GB)|
|Sensors||Ambient light sensor for brightness auto adjust||Light sensor for brightness auto adjust|
|Power & Battery||3.7 V/5000mAh lithium-polymer battery||3.7 V/5000 mAh lithium-polymer battery|
|Charges via 5 VDC power supply||Charges via 5 VDC power supply|
|Tested Battery Life||Around 4.5 hours of continuous use||Around 7 hours of continuous use|
|Battery Charging Input||5V/1.5A||5V/1.5A|
|Power Consumption||500mA (LCD on with default brightness, Wi-Fi on) @3.7 V||600mA(LCD on with default brightness,Wi-Fi on) @3.7 V|
|Operating Temp||0 to 55°C (14 to 131°F)||-10 to 60°C (14 to 140°F)|
|Storage Temp||-20 to 60°C (-4 to 140°F)||-20 to 70°C (-4 to 158°F)|
|Operating Humidity||5%-95% non-condensing||5%-95% non-condensing|
|Protocols||ISO9141-2,ISO14230-2,ISO15765,K/L-Line,Flashing Code,SAE-J1850 VPW,SAE-J1850 PWM,ISO11898 (Highspeed, Middlespeed,Lowspeed and Singlewire CAN,fault-tolerant CAN),SAE J2610,GM UART,UART Echo Byte Protocol,Honda Diag-H Protocol,TP2.0,TP1.6||ISO9141-2,ISO14230-2,ISO15765,K/L-Line,Flashing Code,|
|ISo11898(Highspeed,Middlespeed,Lowspeed and Singlewire CAN,fault-tolerant CAN)|
|SAE J2610,GM UART UART Echo Byte Protocol|
|Honda Diag-H Protocol,TP2.0,TP1.|
|Auto VIN Detection||√||√|
|Complete OBD Diagnosis||√||√|
|Freeze Frame Data||√||√|
|Battery Registration & Reset||√||√|
|Check Engine Light||√||√|
|Vehicle Coverage||All 1996 US-based, 2000 EU-based and newer vehicles.||All 1996 US-based, 2000 EU-based and newer vehicles.|
|Update||1 year free||1 year free|
Autel MX808 has a little larger size and power consumption than Autel MK808, which make it has a longer battery life 7 hours for continuous use. Besides, MX808 features with 10 modes while MK808 only has 6 modes.
Autel MK808 has the most similar price, specifications and functions as MX808, both support full system diagnoses, special reset service(oil reset/EPB/BMS/SAS/DPF, ENG/AT/ABS/SRS codes), basic TPMS service, ABS bleeding, injector coding, suspension calibration, etc.
As medium level diagnostic tools, Autel MK808 & MX808 are nearly the same. Both of them are suitable for car repair enthusiasts & mechanics. Even so, they still differ slightly. Your type of job will help to make a decision for which scan tool to choose.
If you would like a scan tool for full system diagnosis, the Autel MK808 will be a good choice;
If you would like a diagnostic tool to do repair job, the Autel MX808 will be the best for you.