The Mini-PC market has been dominated by the Intel NUC kits for quite sometime now. Elglobal is offering inexpensive and fast new Mini-PCs with Core i7 processors aiming at those who need an ultra-compact mini-PC with high computing power.
Often Mini-PCs struggle due to throttling and heating issues that not only impacts performance but also make them noisy. In this case, Eglobal promisedms to deliver a silent PC that measures 210 x 175 x 45 mm, making it larger than a typical Intel NUC mini-PC.
To ensure great cooling, the manufacturer has opted for passive cooling, which effectively transforms the unit’s aluminium chassis into a giant heatsink. As told previously, these systems will be equipped with Core i7 CPUs ranging from Intel Core i7-8565U, Core i7-10510U and Core i7-10710U processors.
As these are mobile chips the TDP also remains low, the company will sell barebones systems as well without any RAM, SSD or Wi-Fi. Or you can go for their pre-built ones that offer up to 64 GB of RAM and 2 TB SSD for all processor variants.
According to the company, the Mini-PC supports up to DRR4-2400 RAM and features an M.2 slot, also there’s a 2.5-inch drive for adding a second drive. On the I/O front, we have eight USB Type-A ports, four USB 2.0 and four USB 3.0, for display we have DisplayPort, HDMI and VGA. For connectivity we have Gigabit Ethernet and 802.11 b/g/n are onboard.
Coming to the pricing, the Mini-PC starts at US$324.88 for the entry-level barebone system. The highest config price range up to US$1,170.57 depending upon the storage, RAM, etc. The Intel Core i7-8565U powered variants cost around US$80 less than Core i7-10510U variants and US$125 less than Core i7-10710U variants.
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