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Beelink Gemini X55 Ultimate MINIPC US $259.99 (~AU $351.99) + Free Shipping @ GearBest

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Intel Gemini Lake Pentium J5005 / Intel UHD Graphics 605 / 8GB DDR4 + 128GB SSD / Expandable 2.5inch HDD / 2.4G + 5G WiFi / 1000Mbps / BT4.0

Main Features
● Intel Gemini Lake Pentium J5005 Processor Quad Core, 4 threads 1.5GHz up to 2.8GHz 4M cache
● Intel HD Graphics 605, up to 800MHz
● LPDDR4 8GB RAM + 128GB SSD MASTA
● Support Windows and Linux operation system
● 2.4GHz + 5.8GHz dual band WiFi and 1000Mbps Ethernet, fast and stable network access

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  • +2 votes

    Meh, slightly cheaper price via AliExpress.

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      Yep, plus GB stinks if you incur problems might as well go with ali

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    any reason one would pick this over a NUC

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      I think if you were going this route it's usually for a media pc and then people would be better off getting something like a minix. Oct core, android and air remotes.

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        hdr or not is the question?

    • -3 votes

      mSATA is useful so you can add another HDD. NUC only has one drive port so wouldn't be so good if you wanted large internal storage

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        Erm… Most decent Intel NUCs have 2 slots for HDDs, whether thay are sata or m.2 and enough usb3.0 ports…

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          The J5005 NUC is one of the not decent NUC that doesn't have two slots. Most people assume NUCs have two slots so it's relevant to call out the rare exceptions. Not sure what the down votes are for - anyone care enough to explain? USB ports works fine but sometimes people don't want to use external drives for aesthetic reasons.

          https://www.intel.com.au/content/www/au/en/products/boards-k...

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    What OS does it come with?

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      Wont come with any, you have to purchase windows, or install linux or openelec