Mini PCs are tiny variants of tower PCs that offer serious power despite their size. If you are in the market for one, check out the latest mini PCs on this page. Learn more about mini PC HK by reading the article below.

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Things You Should Consider Before Buying Mini PCs in Hong Kong

Computers these days are getting more compact and smaller. That is why if you are in the market for a desktop PC, it’s best to consider mini PCs over large towers. Mini PCs offer serious power despite their compact size. Besides that, here are some things you should know about these devices.

Barebones or Ready-to-Go Kit

Mini PCs typically come in several variants; among the most popular choices include Intel NUC and Ready-to-Go kit. Intel Next Unit of Computing (NUC) is described as a kit that comes with all the essentials like the motherboard and processor. While they are cheaper than Ready-to-Go kits, you will have to purchase the hard drive and RAM separately and install them yourself. If you tend to replace computer parts, buying a barebones kit is the way to go.

Meanwhile, ready-to-go kits come with a hard drive, RAM, and operating system. These mini-PCs are ready to be used after taking them out of the box. For this reason, these kits are ideal for those who want a new computer.

No Peripherals

Typically, when you purchase mini PCs, you only get the unit itself, nothing else. That is why you need to purchase a mouse, keyboard, monitor, and speakers separately. Aside from these peripherals, you can add more peripherals and accessories to your liking.

Monitors: Since mini PCs only have mini-HDMI outputs, the monitor that you will need should come with an HDMI port. Make sure your mini PC has a mini-HDMI to HDMI cord, otherwise, you will have to buy one. If the unit you purchased doesn’t come with an HDMI port, you can buy an HDMI to DVI converter.

Mice and keyboards: Current models of mini PCs only support Bluetooth-enabled mice and keyboards, as they are not compatible with old peripherals with PS/2 ports. If you are in the market for one, it’s best to buy a Bluetooth-enabled mouse and keyboard since they don’t fill in a USB port on your mini PC. It is recommended to buy a Bluetooth keyboard and mouse since that frees up a USB port on your unit. For recommendations, check out some of the best wireless keyboards.

Limited Capabilities

Mini PCs have limited capabilities, unlike tower PCs. This is because their small size limits the motherboard to have as many slots for different components, at the same time limiting the space available to fit them. That is why you can’t upgrade CPUs on mini PCs in contrast to tower PCs. However, if you really want to upgrade, there are upgraded versions of barebones kits that will replace your obsolete unit and then sell it online.

Aside from mini PCs, check out these barebones computers and servers.

What is a mini desktop PC?

A mini PC (or mini desktop computer) is a small-sized, inexpensive, low-power, legacy-free desktop computer designed for basic tasks such as web browsing, accessing web-based applications, document processing, and audio/video playback. Also known as nettop, which is a portmanteau of network and desktop.

What is the best mini PC?

The best mini PC Hong Kong packs an enormous amount of technology into a tiny little space. Shrinking the bulky desktop computer into a size small enough to hide out of sight behind a TV or monitor or even small enough to carry in your pocket. Here are some of the best mini PCs you should get to upgrade your home.

  1. Apple Mac Mini (2018)
  2. Azulle Access3
  3. Azulle Byte3
  4. Intel Hades Canyon NUC
  5. HP Z2 Mini G4
  6. Lenovo ThinkCentre M710q Tiny
  7. Acer Chromebox CXI3

What is the smallest PC?

The Intel Compute Stick is the world’s smallest Windows PC and it costs HK$1,160.

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