Operating System: Windows 8.1
Language: English, Malaysian
CPU: Intel Baytrail-CR Z3736 Quad-Core
CPU Speed: 1.33GHz, burst frequency up to 1.83GHz
GPU: Intel HD Graphic Gen 7
ROM Flash: 32GB Nand Flash
External Storage: Supports up to 64GB Micro SD (TF) card
Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n
3G: External 3G dongle (WCDMA/EVDO/TD-SCDMA)
Ethernet: 100Mbps RJ45 Ethernet
Bluetooth: V4.0
Flash: Supports Flash 11
Supported Picture Formats: BMP, JPG, GIF, PNG
Supported Video Formats: MEPG-1,MEPG-2,MEPG-4,H.263,H.264, RMVB, WMV/VC-1,AVS,MJPEG(up to 1080P)
Supported Audio Formats: MP3, WMA, WAV, OGG, FLAC, ALAC, APE, AAC, AC-3, DTS
Ports: 4 x USB, 1 x 3.5 mm earphone jack, 1 x Micro HDMI output jack, 1 x TF Card Reader, 1 x RJ45 Jack, 1 x DC Jack
Function Keys: Power Key
Keyboard: Supports USB keyboards and wireless keyboards
Mouse: Supports USB mouse and wireless mouse
Power Adapter: DC 12V/2A

Package Details:
1 x Mini Desktop PC
1 x DC 12V 2.4A Power Adapter
1 x HDMI Cable
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  1. Nate says:

    Not bad for a hobbyist. I had to work around some problems. Pros –* Small size form factor.* Good price compared to the competition.* Good features for a little PC (RAM, 2 USB, memory card slot, WIFI, Ethernet).* Full Windows support. Can be upgraded.* WIFI works great. Has Bluetooth — although I didn’t try it.Cons –* No auto power, I have to push the button to turn it on. I want this feature as I use this in a portion of a home automation system.* The wired (RJ45) Ethernet network adapter didn’t work for me — it kept connecting and disconnecting. I didn’t notice this until it was too late to return it to Amazon. I ended up buying a usb to ethernet adapter to connect to my network cable.* I wanted this to be a standalone little box to control things, but I had to upgrade to Win 8.1 Professional to allow me to remote desktop into it. I didn’t want to connect this to a monitor or TV every time I wanted to use it.* I wouldn’t buy this a desktop replacement, it would need a fan…

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