Alfawise T1 Review: a Compact Mini PC with Intel Gemini Lake Now Sale on @Gearbest

Alfawise T1 Review: a Compact Mini PC with Intel Gemini Lake Now Sale on @Gearbest

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With the T1, Alfawise now offers a reasonably priced and compact mini PC, which should be particularly suitable for playing media content and should also provide enough power for all everyday applications. The Alfawise T1 as a new quad-core Intel Gemini Lake mini PC joins systems already unveiled by Intel, Shuttle, MSI, and Gigabyte and is now available to preorder price to $220 or £160 from the likes of Gearbest online retailer.

Design

The Alfawise T1 mini PC measures just 6.3 x 5.3 x 1.3 inches in size and features include 4 x USB 3.0 ports, 1 x USB Type-C port, 1 x Gigabit Ethernet jack, 1 x HDMI and VGA port. Together with a handy microSD card reader and the obligatory headset jack. If the case looks familiar, that’s because it appears to be nearly identical to the Apollo Lake-powered Beelink AP34, which launched last year. The dimensions are the same, the ports, buttons, and expansion options are the same. The logo and picture on the top cover are different. I’m not sure if Alfawise and Beelink are related or if they just buy their cases and components from the same supplier. Anyway, it’s always nice to see another low-cost, low-power PC for folks looking to build a home theater PC, home server, digital signage system, or another device where size and price are more important than performance.

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Hardware & Features

Alfawise T1 mini PC comes with an Intel Celeron N4100. The four-core Gemini-Lake processor clocks up to 2.4GHz. The main memory is four gigabytes in size, the eMMC memory 64 GB. Mounting an M.2-SSD is possible, in addition, a 2.5-inch drive can be retrofitted. The adoption of this chip and its Intel HD 600 graphics circuit will allow offering the solution a video output capable of delivering an UltraHD signal 60 frames per second. Here with 4 GB of Welded DDR4 RAM and a 64 GB basic storage on slot M.2 2242, the solution will be sufficient for many basic uses: Office, light image editing, surfing the web or multimedia playback. A big plus of this format, the ability to include additional storage on a 2.5 “SATA III slot under the machine. It is, therefore, possible to graft a large capacity mechanical disk or SSD storage stiffer to complete the 64 GB base on which we will leave the Windows 10 base.

The other components of the machine are very correct with the use of an 802.11AC type wifi, a Bluetooth 4.0 module and a Gigabit Ethernet port. The rest of the connection includes, on the front, a USB Type-C port, two USB 3.0, a MicroSDXC card reader and the start button of the machine. A small LED indicator is also visible and a small hole letting listen to a microphone integrated into the motherboard. The latter will be used to control voice control applications such as Cortana.

At the back, we discover a Kensington Lock anti-theft port, a 12-volt power input, a VGA port and an HDMI output. The Ethernet jack, the two additional USB 3.0 ports, and the 3.5mm headphone jack with microphone and microphone complete the device. The set can be fixed to the wall, on a piece of furniture or behind a screen with a small VESA support provided.

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Conclusion

The new Alfawise T1 mini-computer became available for pre-order on the Gearbest for $220 you can get more discount if use Discount Coupon: TWITTER. It is equipped with a 6-watt quad-core Intel Celeron N4100 processor (Gemini Lake family), has 4 GB of RAM, a 64 GB eMMC drive, supports M.2 2242 SSD and 2.5-inch drive.

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