Beelink AP34 Apollo Lake N3450 MINI computer £147.90 Sold by BoLv and Fulfilled by Amazon

Beelink AP34 Apollo Lake N3450 MINI computer £147.90 Sold by BoLv and Fulfilled by Amazon

£147.90Amazon Deals
Found 3rd Feb

  • Beelink AP34 Mini PC, a new generation of Intel Apollo Lake CPU,

    running speed with Intel Processor N3450, CPU rises by 50% than

    x5-Z8350, so view stunning 4K UHD video, play games with even moew

    intensity, and immerse yourself completely in up to four angles of the

    same event with multi-screen capability. (Notice: If you have any

    questions, please contact BoLv Company immediately)

  • Beelink AP34 4GB DDR3 RAM + 57.5GB Windows(C:) + Support DIY SSD

    32GB/64GB/128GB(Not included), downloads your favourite shows and movies

    as you like.

  • Beelink AP34 Supported Windows 10 system and Linux system ( this

    mini pc have Installed W10 OS), equipped with latest Intel Processor

    N3450 ( 2M Cache, up to 2.2 GHz) and Intel HD Graphics 500, CPU runnning

    speed 50% faster than X5-Z8350.

  • Beelink AP34 IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac 2.4G+5.8G and 1000Mbps LAN,

    enjoy what you love easy, get rid of buffering, stuttering or freezing

  • Beelink AP34 Mini PC not only has metal material design- Aluminum

    apperance, but also it has the best way of cooling, because it has a

    motherboard made of Aluminum in a large area, so there is no noisy. When

    this stability is exceeded, system automatically shuts down

Was thinking of Android box, this is subtantially more expensive but a pretty reasonable spec for Windows 10.

They also have other circa £105+…45L
A bit slower and half the RAM....can't make my mind up personally on either or an Android such as MeCool M8S or the other current MX deal, but seems like a bit of a deal on these Windows that could tip the balance ( easier for installing your own VPN as mine is quite limited on devices) and is direct from UK / better support/warranty I would imagine. Choices choices.
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Notable that the Intel N3450 is a quad core chip
Have an earlier spec fanless aluminium box running OpenELEC.
As a KODI box it is faultless, plays HD content and is silent.
Highly recommend these as a media centre.
£116 at geekbuying if you fancy a gamble
Looking for ideas for a Plex server. Got a Nvidia shield which has two spare USB slots. Got a 7 year old proliant server or my main PC which is on most days tbh. So either use my main PC and attach more drives. Attempt to use the proliant server or buy something else. I have two spare sata hard drive to use. One is 2tb one is 1tb. Would be playing 90% of the stuff on the Nvidia shield. All 4k. But I would get 1080p stuff for other devices running Windows. Guessing that rules out the proliant as the files would have to be changed to run on Windows? Transcoding I think?
sneakybifta18 m ago

Notable that the Intel N3450 is a quad core chip

Are there any different ( specifically better) choices out of interest ?
All I could see was Minix unit but over £100 more expensive and not a lot in improvement in spec I could see, would be interesting to compare other options.....
I think the cheaper Z8350 is also quad ?,but runs at 1.83Mhz whilst the first link is reportedly faster at 2.5Mhz ( might be 2.2Mhz not sure if this is a misprint)

Some of the review suggest slowness on the cheaper units to be unusable ( but didn't explain what they were using for)
so I was just factoring in an extra £40 or so isn't that great over the long term ownership of the device, although I may only use it mainly for some streaming or entertainment apps like iplayer, netflix, etc.

Got a firestick but for downstairs want something with a bit more "poke" as its pretty slugish, its ok for the wife upstairs.
I've been looking at this Win 10 box,slightly cheaper and stock from Germany,so should be quickish delivery,and of course no import taxes unlike the risk from China/HK…tml
Noticed it claims only HDMI 1.4B.

What is the difference between HDMI 1.4 and 2.0?
HDMI 2.0 vs 1.4: 4K video at 50p and 60p. HDMI 1.4 introduced the kind of bandwidth required to deliver 4K video, but HDMI 2.0 can dole out 4K video without compromise, at 50 and 60 frames per second. In HDMI 1.4, the rate of 4K was limited to 24 frames per second.

Not sure if it's any significance to anyone that have HDMI 2.0 displays.
this thing is awesome, got the 8gb ram version off Gearbest for £165.
Then opened it up and installed this 256GB m2 drive (22*42mm) - there's a spare slot which they don't seem to advertise clearly.…tml

For a tiny little box running windows pro, it flies.
Edited by: "rapid111111" 4th Feb
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