Nexbox Wintel T9 Mini PC Box Review

Nexbox Wintel T9 Mini PC Box 

Nexbox Mini PC Box Wintel T9

Nexbox Wintel T9 is a new compact PC box with basic but adequate specs and features including 4K Ultra HD, 3D graphics acceleration hardware, generous storage and memory for a small and lightweight media entertainment or portable pocket desktop box in a nice looking package at such a budget price. As technical specs, you’ll find the March 2015 release quad core 64-bit Intel Atom Z8300 processor (2MB cache) at 1.44GHz up to 1.84GHz speed, 4GB DDR3L memory for solid multitasking, 64GB eMMC for a bit more space to save your (than 32GB eMMC we see on other units) and Windows 10 operating system pre-installed. It doesn’t have a DVD Drive but 802.11bgn 2.4G wireless, Bluetooth V4.0, (10/100/1000) Ethernet / RJ-45 connector, a USB 3.0 port, 3 x USB 2.0 ports, an HDMI output to connect it to a big screen HDTV or other modern external screens, an Audio output, a DC 5V 3A power supply and a LED power indicator with blue Power On and a MicroSD slot. In the box you’ll get the Nexbox Mini PC, power adapter, HDMI cable and user manual.

Nexbox Mini PC Wintel T9

Reviews are mostly positive on different websites, it works quietly (no fan design) and as a capable and responsive system it will get your daily work done easily (good for Office and internet browsing) as long as you will not be running very demanding programs or games. This is not a gaming machine despite being a decent media entertainment tool, as it doesn’t include a solid mid-range graphics card but an Intel HD (Cherry Trail) that will let you run the old titles at low settings only. It is in a metal and solid plastic enclosure, weighs only 3.2 pounds and measures 8.4 x 5.6 x 2.3 inches, is small and lightweight and you can take it around easily to your office or when you go away. It doesn’t include a monitor, keyboard or mouse and you need to get them separately and you can connect the keyboard and mouse through the 2.4GHz USB dongle. So to start using it immediately you will need to hook up the HDMI to a screen, then the keyboard and mouse via USB port, plug it in and press the small power button on the side and just check you have the correct input on the screen. This is a mini PC by MarsKing and is sent quickly and nicely packaged via and the warranty offered is 1 year by the manufacturer and technical support when you have any problems and need assistance.

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