Mini PCs for work and play can be boring and are often relatively slow due to their limited dimensions. But this is not at all true of the Mela Quieter3C miniature computer. The novelty is powerful enough to be used as a private server, as a home PC or as a multimedia content player in 4K resolution. It even runs the Windows 11 operating system for the device.
The Mele Quieter3C compact desktop PC measures just 13.2 x 8.1 x 1.8 centimeters. The whole thing is powered by an Intel quad-core Celeron N5105 processor with a power of 10 watts. So it’s no surprise that it doesn’t need a fan for cooling. Nevertheless, we can connect as many as three screens to it, including 4K resolution screens. Of course, the built-in Intel UHD graphics card is able to produce high-quality images.
The Mele Quieter3C miniature computer supports WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2 wireless connections. The rest of the hardware includes eight gigabytes of system memory and at least 128 gigabytes of built-in space. If necessary, we can also use Solid State drives of the M.2 2280 family. Fortunately, the Mela Quieter3C miniature computer is not excessively expensive. This is available on the Amazon online store for a calculated price of 260 euros.
Source: Računalništvo in telefonija – Računalniške novice by racunalniske-novice.com.
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