Recently, Mini PC News has reviewed ACEPC AK1, a minimal modular and mighty desktop PC, and other hot models of Mini PCs. Today, the website has introduced the Best Cheap Barebone Mini PCs to its readers. The article can help people know more before they make a buying decision. Check here: http://www.minipcnews.com/best-barebone-mini-pc-2017-2018/
“What is a barebone mini PC? It refers to a small computer where you only get the motherboard and power supply. The processor comes soldered to the computer and in some cases, a small storage that acts as cache might be included as well. But in most cases, you will have to add storage and memory yourself.” John from Mini PC News says. “In other words, when you buy a mini PC barebone, you get the flexibility to choose the memory and storage according to your needs – something which you do not when you get a pre-configured mini PC. We are not saying those pre-configured mini PCs are bad. They are excellent for those users who do not have to time and expertise to get barebone mini PC ‘working’. They just want a mini PC that is working out of box.”
Here are the best cheap mini PC barebone of 2017.
ASUS VivoMini VM65N-G063Z
Asus VivoMini is easily a great mini PC for all purposes. It features the latest 7th generation kabylake i5 processor that is backed by Nvidia 930M discrete graphics for smoother handling of complex photoshop-related tasks. There is generous 8GB RAM and 1TB hard disk onboard which lets you work with multiple large layers without any hiccups. Its small form factor allows you to mount it behind the monitor using any VESA mount. Check Price and More.
Intel NUC Kit NUC6i5SYH
Intel NUC kit comes with powerful i5 processor and Intel Iris 540 Graphics that are capable of driving 4K ultra HD display (Check: Intel NUC Kit NUC6i5SYH review). There is room for a 2.5” drive and additional M.2 SSD slot which can be used for transferring data. You can add up to 32GB of memory as well. This makes it an excellent barebone mini PC so you can add memory, storage of your choice. Check Price and More.
ACEPC AK1 Mini PC
Performance wise, the AK1 is probably best suited for light video watching or day to day web browsing and e-mails. The main purpose of the AK1 isn’t supposed to be a power house gaming machine but more of an almost portable machine capable of normal web browsing and computer usage (check: AK1 vs HP, AK1 speed test). Web browsing is just as quick as using my main Intel i7 desktop, although sites that have a lot of active content like embedded video take slightly longer to fully load. Check Price and More.
ACEPC AK1 may not be a barebone Mini PC, but in most cases, you can remove everything inside (Windows 10 or more) and make it like barebone model. You can add storage and memory yourself.
HP Pavilion 510
Behind the modest looks of HP Pavilion 510 (Check: HP Pavilion 510-p030 review) lives a powerhouse packing standard voltage Intel Core i3-6100T Dual Core Processor (3M Cache, 3.2GHz) 35W, featuring 8GB DDR4 2133MHz, 1TB storage and SATA Hard Disk Drive.
ZOTAC ZBOX C Series Passive Cooling Mini PC
Zotac barebone mini PC features the innovative beehive inspired casing which gives users maximum heat dissipation (Check: ZOTAC ZBOX C Series Passive Cooling Mini PC review). It is extremely affordable and capable at same time. In fact, it packs enough power to run multiple display setup. Users should get this mini PC if you are looking for a small computer for daily web browsing, e-mail checking, productivity and multimedia tasks.
ACEPC specializes in manufacturing and developing popular consumer electronics for global users. This brand is well-known for stable premium quality at affordable prices. ACEPC products bring full PC capability to small spaces, offering wireless connections, faster meeting starts, and power to drive multiple displays and digital signage.
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