NEO Z83-4 Fanless Mini PC re-imagines the desktop computer PC, delivering an unrivalled mix of ultra-compact style and costs performance that is ideal for work, play as well as entertainment.Equipped with Intel's Cherry Trail Quad-Core processor, NEO Z83-4 fits the power of computing into the palm of your hand. The cutting-edge passive cooling design of NEO Z83-4 recognizes the best balance of speed, temperature level, performance and also absolute silence. Consisting of no moving parts, it seamlessly operates without also a whisper of noise, while at the same time keeping an extremely low operation temperature level even when completing one of the most difficult jobs. And also, NEO Z83-4 is unbelievably energy-efficient requiring 80% much less power compared to traditional desktop computer PCs. Thanks to its 32GB of Samsung eMMC (MLC) NEO Z83-4 simple and easy attains a lightning-fast and highly receptive customer experience, delivering the premium performance that individuals have involved expect from MINIX. The Minix Neo Z83-4 Mini COMPUTER Smart TELEVISION Box with 4GB DDR3L 32GB eMMC 5.0 Dual Band Wifi, Bluetooth 4.2 Processor Intel X5-Z8300 (64bit) GPU: Intel HD Graphics Memory 4GB DDR3L Internal Storage: 32GB eMMC 5.0 Wireless Connectivity 802.11 a/c Dual Band Wifi( 2.4 ghz/5ghz) Bluetooth 4.2 Operating System: Windows 10 (64 bit) Video Output: Mini DP+HDMI 1.4 Audio Output: Via HDMI 1.4, 3.5 mm stereo jack Audio Input: 3.5 mm stereo jack Peripheral Interface: USB 2.0 Port * 3, USB 3.0 Port * 1 Kensington Lock ready, microphone & headphone jack (combined) Power: DC12V 3A Adapter includeed (CE, FCC Certified).
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This is a great little computer/keyboard combo. Understand that I only use it to stream video, and like all these little guys it has only so much “hard drive” space. You can’t load it with multiple big byte programs (even with the optional SD card, which you have to buy separately), but for my bedroom TV it works great. Plenty of speed, no noise, and seems very stable. The tiny remote control takes a bit of getting used to (for instance, the mouse pad is a little hurkey jerky} but you get used to it and learn to make it behave. Rock solid WAN reception from about 50 feet away through walls from the router, no trash ware, comes with Windows 10 installed, works great with Google Chrome browser, and goes to sleep if the TV turns off. Nice for using to fall asleep with the TV set to turn off. I doubt it would serve well as a gamers device, but I don’t play games so it’s irrelevant to me. All five of my TV’s are set up for wireless streaming. Two with desktop type PC’s, and the other three with three different brands of these little guys. This is really all you need for streaming, email, Facebook and other similar programs. I have a loaded up laptop for more serious business like word processing, Powerpoint, and other more demanding uses. I like it. It also includes the USB wireless connector for the keyboard/mouse pad. A plethora of ins and outs so you can connect whatever you want easily.
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I just received my new Minix Z83-4 Mini PC from Amazon and I’m using it for a server. Excellent so far!
I bought three of these computers to run the promotional and menu screens of my restaurant, they work fine, noiseless and with good resolution, they come with a 3ft HDMI cable, wifi antena and the power supply, the only reason I am cutting one star off is because one of the units displays image is different, when I put the menu on that screen, the small letters are difficult to read and also the gradients of the graphics look bad, I changed it from one monitor to another, which by the way, are identical, and the problems moves with the computer, is not a big deal because luckily one of the presentation shows large graphics that are not noticeably affected by this problem
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Fine inexpensive space- and energy-saving computer that actually brought me back to Windows after years of Macs. I’d gotten tired of being trapped in the Applesystem, paying so much for its hardware, and had first converted to Chromebooks. This Minix is a great way to re-explore Windows, and it works for my non-video-producing purposes. The small hard drive is what makes it cheap, as per Win10 licensing costs. Micro SD and USB 3 flash drives can provide plenty of quick added storage. The challenge so far has been figuring out how to update the BIOS to the latest version, which is highly recommended — and learning the tunnels to travel in Win10 to find RAM turnover data and the like. I’m just geeky enough to figure that out — some people might not be.
Its a nice little computer, great for streaming videos to your large TV. However, when a large Microsoft update was available it choked. And you can’t actually avoid updates. There was no support from the company that sold the product. It turns out the “disk” isn’t partitioned properly. You have to delete an unexplained/unused partition then take some space from the C: drive to enlarge a system partition.
This computer is good for web browsing and streaming movies.
This computer is great. I enjoy the fast startups and lack of fan noise. It was easy to set up and run. The smaller hard drive size, can easily be upgraded with external storage if necessary. The mini keyboard works great and is fun, but I did opt for a USP keyboard and mouse for everyday tasks, due to my concerns about transmitting passwords, etc. over the air. Did I mention this thing is quiet?
I complemented this with a Logitech K400 Plus, a Samsung 64GB SDXC card, and a 1TB external hard drive. Even after making several Windows 10 Anniv Ed speed improvements, even some 1K YouTube videos were choppy, let alone 4K. Vids play best with Edge. I backed up with Macrium Reflect Free.
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I still can’t get over how a windows 10, 64 bit pc can be so small! How times have changed!
I had very modest expectations, they were vastly exceeded. I plugged it in and hooked it to my monitor, and used my unifying dongle with my Keyboard and mouse. When I turned it on there was windows 10 staring me in the face. The documentation was for all intents and purposes non-existent. I had no idea what a TF slot was for. After two days I think I finally broke the code. It was a good inexpensive replacement for the HP laptop that I was trying to use with the monitor Removed a lot of clutter from my desk..