Mini PC Beelink AP42 equipped with a CPU Intel Pentium N4200 and OmniScan connector M. 2 for SSDS

Last year’s mini PC Beelink BT7 received a successor in the form of Beelink AP42, where engineers kept the body of small height, but have updated the platform. Now the basis of the device has Quad-core CPU Intel Pentium N4200 related to the actual generation Apollo Lake.

Part N4200 whozat Pentium four processor cores, clocked at up to 2.5 GHz and GPU HD Graphics 505. On the motherboard are soldered DDR3 RAM 4 GB, and it is clear that there are modifications larger. In addition to the usual module eMMC capacity of 64 GB has a M. 2 connector for connecting a full-fledged SSD.

Network port Gigabit Ethernet complemented by dual-band Wi-Fi adapter 802.11 ac with a theoretical bandwidth of up to 1167 Mbps, and external antenna. On the ends of the shell Beelink AP42 is HDMI 1.4, headset Jack, three USB 3.0 ports and a slot for SD memory cards. Sale mini PC will start later this month for about $210.



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