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Beelink U55 Mini PC (Win10, i3-5005U, 8GB RAM, 512GB M.2 SSD, SATA Slot, USB-C, GbE LAN) $299.99 US (~$424.98 AU) @ GeekBuying


Hey guys, we have a low price on this new Mini PC from Beelink in both 256GB and 512GB SSD configurations. This small form factor PC is similar to a NUC except it already includes an OS, SSD and RAM.

Features include Windows 10, Intel i3-5005U CPU, 8GB DDR3L RAM, M.2 SATA 512GB SSD, 2.5" SATA slot, USB Type-C, 2x HDMI, Gigabit LAN, fan cooling, wall mount bracket and more that can be found below!

AU$ based on current Mastercard rate. Free shipping included with AU Express Shipping for an additional $5 US.


  • Windows 10 x64
  • Intel i3-5005U Dual Core CPU @ 2.0GHz
  • Intel HD Graphics 5500
  • 256GB/512GB M.2 2282 SSD
  • 2.5" SATA Slot for HDD/SSD
  • Gigabith Ethernet
  • Intel 3165 2.4G/5Ghz ac WiFi / BT4.0
  • 3.5mm Audio Jack
  • USB Type-C
  • 2x HDMI Out
  • 2x USB 3.0
  • 2x USB 2.0
  • Micro SD Card Slot
  • 261g

Package contents: Mini PC, Power Adapter, 2x HDMI Cables, Mounting Bracket, HDD Screws, Manual

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    "New" with a Low Voltage Broadwell? New indeed.

    • +2 votes

      I said the Mini PC was a new release from Beelink not the CPU 😜


    exchange rate is killing us - plus border tax means we being piked at home and piked bringing stuff in.


      You don't pay GST at GeekBuying and it's not a border tax either as customs are not responsible for packages under the value of $1000 AU. So there will be no tax at all ;)


        I was making a broad accurate statement and I can see that's it now cheaper to bring stuff in from Europe than oceania - that means we are being seriously screwed over domestically and from our neighbours presumably because our government likes to be insulting, and that's not just at the yanks behest.


          No worries! Unfortunately some people don't quite understand the new legislation so I was making sure it was clear :)


        Hang on, didn’t the laws change that purchases under $1000 now also attract GST? If it isn’t paid at point of purchase, it’ll be made due before cleared by customs.

        • +1 vote

          You're half right. The legislation change is that purchases under $1000 AU overseas will incur GST… HOWEVER it's up to the seller to collect that tax and pay it to the ATO. Customs will not check or collect tax at the border if anything is under $1000 AU and there is no form of sticker or identification on the packages/labels that says tax has been collected.

          So if the seller isn't charging GST then you're all good to go.


            @Clear: Well, if customs checks the package at random you’ll be hit for the GST as the item needs to be declared anyway.


              @BillyG687: Only if the value is $1000 AU or over. Anything under and it's not their responsibility.


    Wonder if it would be possible to turn this into a hackintosh.

  • +3 votes

    I dunno man.. I was very tempted to buy a NUC a few weeks ago and almost pulled the trigger on one. Anything but the major brands like Intel, you will be stuck for support on drivers and BIOS updates. I made that mistake buying a Tronsmart NUC-like PC ages ago but its not very stable (in Win 10) and virtually no support for it.

    • +1 vote

      Beelink are very popular compared to the other brands of budget NUCs and people tend to do driver dumps so it's quite easy to fix if you screw up your installation.

    • +1 vote

      What instability are you referring to?


    Any quod core available or recommended?


      In this price range and form factor you're more restricted to the Celeron/Pentium series that have 4 cores, e.g. N5000, N4100 and J4205.

      Otherwise there are brands like VORKE who offer 8th Gen quad-core i5/i7.