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Novatech - Pockit HD NPI28 £139.99 delivered
Novatech -  Pockit HD NPI28 £139.99 delivered

Novatech - Pockit HD NPI28 £139.99 delivered

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This is a lot of computer.

A desktop PC in the palm of your hand

The Pockit HD NPI2 is small, fast, energy efficient and powerful. Featuring a dual-core Intel® Celeron® processor, fast SSD hard drive, WiFi and plenty of connectivity, it is perfect for the home, office or in any situation where space is at a premium.

Intel N3060 Dual Core up to 2.48GHz

4GB DDR3

240GB SSD

Intel HD400

GraphicsChipset :HD400GPU Clock speed :320 MHz

GPU Turbo Clock Speed :600 MHzMax

Resolution :3840x2160 @30 Hz, 2560x1600 @60 Hz

Number of displays Supported :2CHASSIS

Vesa mounting bracket included

Audio In :1x Shared mic in/Headphone out

Audio Out :1x Shared mic in/Headphone out

Dimensions :116mm*112mm*55.5mm

External Monitor :1 x HDMI 1 x VGA

Graphics :Intel HD400

GraphicsMemory Capacity :Up To 8GB

LAN :Realtek® 8111G Gigabit LAN 10/100/1000

USB :4 x USB3.1 Gen1

Weight :600g

Wireless :802.11

10 Comments

No operating system for this price. Windows adds at least another £90

then don't used windows

Original Poster

Google. Hint hint!

Looks like a good deal to me, have some heat.

Great ready made NUC.

Just add choice of OS, which can be free, or, something like the Linux based Kodi VAAPI setup if using as a media player/streamer.

Unlikely perhaps but is it fanless (silent) ?

The celeron N3060 isn't exactly stellar, 975 on cpu benchmark.

Atom x5 and x7 are twice as fast.

jimunix

Unlikely perhaps but is it fanless (silent) ?


If you follow the link to Novatech, it states in the description:
"
Fanless design
Enjoy near-silent operation thanks to the fanless chassis design.
"

I'd say yes, it is fanless

ok ta

This type of low power nettop is ideally suited to HTPC (has built in acceleration for H.264, HEVC, VP9 up to 4K resolution). LibreELEC runs great on low power systems like this. However the 240GB SSD is overkill for LibreELEC so you may be better off with the barebones version.

If you are using it as a daily Windows machine, you'll find it pretty sluggish for a lot of things. Fine for browsing and email.
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