Mini PC’s are one the rise and the lockdowns induced by the pandemic in the year 2020 just added to the increase in the popularity of these devices. They are portable and powerful performing compact version, carrying high-end power.
Woori launched its new mini-PC dubbed the GK3V. The mini-PC carries Intel’s Gemini Lake Refresh platform and is powered by the Celeron J4125, which features four cores that can boost to 2.7 GHz. The chip does not support Intel Hyper-Threading, limiting it to four cores, but it does come with a built-in UHD Graphics 600 GPU that can drive a 4K display at 60 Hz.
The powerful mini-PC from WooYi is available with 8 GB of RAM and a 128 GB or 256 GB SSD. For now, the manufacturer has stated that the SSD is of M.2 SATA type and comes with Windows 10 pre-installed.
As to whether the GK3V can have its storage upgraded is not yet known, but we are optimistic about the storage charging option. It has a built-in dual-band Wi-Fi installed too along with four USB Type-A ports and three video outputs. There is an Ethernet port and a microSD card reader, too.
The device also supports Linux OS which comes as no surprise, to be honest. The machine measures 128 x 128 x 45 mm, making it small enough to fit on most desks. The GK3V starts at US$179.39 on AliExpress, but its price rises to US$194.99 for the version with 256 GB of storage.