This Mini computer has a sturdy design that was achieved by keeping things basic. This item is packaged in a sleek square box. This box has openings on its sides to allow excess heat to escape. There is a red power button on the front and a few connectors. Additional ports may be found on the device's reverse side for connecting to external devices. Only the colour blue has been revealed thus far about this gadget.
This Mini PC, which is powered by Intel Processors, comes in three distinct variants. All save the most affordable model will use an Intel Core i5 processor, while the middle and top-tier options will have Core i7 chips. One may get them with as much as 64 GB of RAM. According to Beelink, the mini PC accommodates a SATA 3 hard drive or SSD in a 2.5-inch bay and an M.2 2280 socket for PCIe 4.0 x4 NVMe solid-state storage. Windows 11 Pro will be standard across all three configurations, as confirmed by the manufacturer.
The most critical need for use as a small PC is network connectivity. This gadget will have a total of six USB ports, enough for a full PC setup. It seems that a 2.5 Gbps Ethernet connector is available for use in making network connections to the Internet. A Thunderbolt 4 port is also included, which allows for super-fast data transfers, video output, and power delivery to compatible devices.
There's a 3.5mm headphone socket, so you can plug in your headphones and listen on the go. Lastly, this Mini PC has four USB-A 3.0 connections for attaching peripherals like a mouse, keyboard, or even a mobile phone. The gadget will also support wireless networking through Bluetooth 5.2 and Wi-Fi 6.0.
Price and Availability
The Intel Core i5-equipped basic model will cost $499, while the middle-tier model with 16GB RAM and 500 GB storage will cost $699. At $799, the model with the Intel Core i7-1260P processor will be the best option. Although Intel has not provided a release window, consumers should anticipate this Mini PC to be available for purchase very soon.