|Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920x1080|
|Memory Speed||1866 GHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 500|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||8|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
AK3 Mini PC with Intel Celeron N3350 & Windows 10 Pro, 4GB DDR3/ 64GB eMMC Desktop Computer,2.4G/5G Dual WiFi, 4K HD, HDMI/VGA Ports
|Operating System||Windows 10 Pro|
|Processor Speed||1.52 GHz|
|Memory Size||4 GB|
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- 【Work Frequency】Base operating frequency 1.1 GHz/s,up to 2.4 GHz/s
- 【Intel HD Graphics】 Support 4K HD Graphics, enjoy a variety of high quality display. HDMI/VGA Port easily connecting two monitors.
- 【Storage Expansion Options】Support 2.5-Inch HDD/SSD up to expand to 2TB via SATA port .Up to 128GB via Micro SD card
- 【Small But Powerful】Suitable for light work,visually home entertainment,writing, web browsing and watching streaming video.
- 【I/O Specifications】2 x USB 2.0 port ,1 x Gigabit Ethernet port,2 x USB 3.0 port,1 x Micro SD Card port,2 x HDMI port and 1x VGA port,1x mSATA port
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AK3 Mini PC with Windows 10 Pro & Intel Celeron J4125
Give you a Better Visual Experience
Mini Size & Built-in Fan & VESA Mount
Portable & Powerful
Length : 5.12 inch
Width : 5.12 inch
Height : 1.77 inch
You can take it wherever you want.For Example: Office,Travel,School and Business billboard
More vents & Built-in fan
More vents & built-in fan help PC to dissipate heat better.We put a smart fan to make the heat dissipation more efficient.
VESA Mount & Saving More Space
You can saving more space via VESA Mount.Make your work more portable
Support 3 Display via 2 HDMI and VGA Output
|Terryza AK3V 4GB 64GB||Terryza GK3V 6GB 120GB||Terryza GK3V 8GB 120GB||Terryza AK3V 8GB 120GB||Terryza T6 4GB 64GB||Terryza T6 8GB 120GB|
|Processor||Intel Celeron N3350||Intel Celeron J4125||Intel Celeron J4125||Intel Celeron N3350||Intel Atom x5-Z8350||Intel Atom x5-Z8350|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Pro||Windows 10 Pro||Windows 10 Pro||Windows 10 Pro||Windows 10 Pro||Windows 10 Pro|
|RAM Size||4 GB||6 GB||8 GB||8 GB||4 GB||8 GB|
|Hard-Drive Size||64 GB||120 GB||120 GB||120 GB||64 GB||120 GB|
|Processor Base Frequency||1.10 GHz||2.00 GHz||2.00 GHz||1.10 GHz||1.44 GHz||1.44 GHz|
|Burst Frequency||2.40 GHz||2.70 GHz||2.70 GHz||2.40 GHz||1.92 GHz||1.92 GHz|
|WiFi,Bluetooth,L2.4G/5G, BT 4.2, 10/100M/1000MAN||2.4G/5G, BT 4.2, 10/100M/1000M||2.4G/5G, BT 4.2, 10/100M/1000M||2.4G/5G, BT 4.2, 10/100M/1000M||2.4G/5G, BT 4.2, 10/100M/1000M||2.4G/5G, Bluetooth 4.2||2.4G/5G, Bluetooth 4.2|
|Processor Graphics||Intel HD Graphics 500||Intel UHD Graphics 600||Intel UHD Graphics 600||Intel HD Graphics 500||Intel HD Graphics||Intel HD Graphics|
|# of USB Ports||4||4||4||4||2||2|
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What I like: 1) The price, 2) The physical size and mounting options, 3) Plenty of USB ports, including 3 USB3, 4) Multiple HDMI outputs, 5) It came with Windows 10 Professional instead of the Home version most others load.
What I don't like: 1) It's slow, especially when Windows is downloading updates in the background, 2) Only 4Gb of RAM which contributes to the slow speed and is not upgradeable. 3) Only 64Gb of C:\ "hard drive", which also is not upgradeable, although you can install up to 128Gb if microSD card memory as an H:\ drive, and up to 500 Gb of 2.5" hard drive for a D:\ drive. 4) The installed version of Win 10 Pro is apparently modified and doesn't have all of the functionality of a "Genuine Microsoft Windows 10 Pro" that I downloaded from Microsoft.
What I have done: 1) I installed my copy of Windows 10 Professional 2) Installed a 128Gb microSD card and a 500Gb Solid State Drive as a D:\ drive. 2) Installed limited number of necessary programs to the C:\ default location. 3) Moved "Documents", "Photos", "Downloads" and "Music" folders from their default C:\ location to the 500Gb SSD D:\ drive. (You can't do this with the version of Win10 that came loaded, which is why I loaded my own version of Win10). 4) Set up Windows Update to download and install at 1:00 in the morning so it doesn't impact me during the day.
Let me add that the Seller's responses to my issues, and the assistance provided was stellar! My emails were answered immediately, and the assistance in resolving some minor but perplexing problems was fantastic. Kudos to the seller.
Oh, and just a heads up; DON'T INSTALL a microSD card and additional D:\ drive until AFTER PERFORMING THE INITIAL SETUP and configuration of the mini PC's Windows 10. The additional drives only cause problems and result in failure of the initial setup. AND, if you want to install your own downloaded version of Windows 10 Professional, make sure the flash drive you going to use to install it is formatted NTFS, not FAT32 or xFAT that is the typical default format of flash drives.
Bottom Line: This mini-PC is worth the money, and will serve it's user well for most home and even small business needs, such as word processing, spreadsheet and simple financial software and even watching a movie. It won't serve gamers AT ALL, except for maybe Pong, and it won't have the crunching power to solve trajectories necessary for a lunar landing. But, it does what it was designed for in satisfactory fashion.
The setup went pretty quickly and painlessly. It only took about ten to fifteen minutes from first power on to the desktop, as I didn't have it connected to the net at that time. After a few settings changes, such as setting the performance to "Adjust for best performance", uninstalling OneDrive (I don't like OneDrive) and going into the Group Policy Editor and changing the Windows Updates to "Notify for download and auto install" so that I could better control them, I connected to the internet. The unit activated practically instantly and started updating the Windows apps it came with. After that I ran Windows update to bring it current, which took a while because of my relatively slow internet, but it ultimately updated without a hitch. I then saved a system image onto an external USB HDD using Windows built in System Imaging software.
I then performed a clean install of Windows 10 2004, as the unit came with 1909, and again went through the same setup steps as before. Before doing so I saved the Driver Store File Repository from the 1909 install so that I had the drivers after the clean install, which I most definitely needed. After installing the needed drivers, and there was a good number of them, I connected to the net, and Windows again activated almost immediately. Then, after going through the same settings and update processes as before, I saved a system image of the 2004 install.
So far the unit has been quite responsive. I ran CrystalDiskMark to test the on board storage, and it's actually pretty good, hitting about 286MB/s. I then connected a Samsung 840 EVO 250GB SSD to the expansion SATA connector and ran the same test in order to check the throughput and overall speed of the added on drive. It topped out at the drive speed, which is around 550MB/s. I haven't yet migrated the OS to the SSD, but I have plans to do so in order to take advantage of that speed boost. Still, the onboard storage is most definitely adequate and the 120GB gives you plenty of space for add on programs and apps, as well as some general storage. Still, if you plan to store a lot you'll want to use an external drive of some sort, whether an HDD/SSD or a flash drive.
I watched a few things on Youtube in 1080p and they played perfectly. The sound was also quite good. I tried both my computer speakers and a pair of USB headphones. And, as I did with my GK1, I tried wirelessly casting to my Smart TV, and it worked well. The sound and picture were also in sync, which saved me from having to adjust the sync in my TV like when I used to cast with my laptop. I won't be using this unit for media on a regular basis, but I wanted to test the casting nonetheless, as there may be times I want to, or need to, cast to my TV.
I installed CoreTemp to keep an eye on the temperature, as I know that temp can be higher in these small form factor PCs, and in the week I've used it the temp has generally ranged from 40C to 70C, depending on what I'm doing. I did run Prime95 to stress it a bit in order to heat it up so that the fan would come on, and when it did it was pretty quiet. It also prevented it from getting any warmer for the few minutes I kept Prime 95 running.
Overall, with the exception of not having optical drives, I would venture to say that this is a viable desktop replacement for those not doing heavy computing, such as graphics processing or other intensive activities. And though it's not made for gaming and almost assuredly wouldn't run the latest games very well, it can likely run some older games, and maybe even some newer, less graphics intensive ones. I may install Half Life 2 within the next month or so to see how well it plays. If I do I'll update this review to say how it went. But again, for a basic desktop replacement, it could work quite well. And again, I've been using it for a week now instead of my Ryzen 5 desktop, and it's worked perfectly for me in that time. Plus, it's just plain neat. To have a PC so small be able to run Windows 10 Pro as well as it does is something I find a bit fascinating. And just to have it come with Windows 10 Pro is pretty nice, as I like Pro more than Home because of the better control for Windows 10 Updates through the Group Policy Editor.
Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
120GB onboard storage, with SATA expansion for more, or even as a system drive
Four USB ports (two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0)
Two HDMI Connections (though I only use one)
Dual band WiFi
I'm not really a fan of the silver color, but that's just personal preference. :)
Edit (8/24/2020). I've now migrated the OS to the Samsung SSD and the difference is noted. The migration using MiniTool Partition Wizard Free (version 11.5) was easy, as was setting the BIOS to boot to the new drive. It makes the unit that much more responsive when opening/accessing programs. I'll add the new benchmark snapshot with the SSD now being my system drive.
With a mini PC there's tons of possibilities. We can watch and stream movies and TV shows, I'm able to design and print things using my cricut, and my daughter even uses to play different games online.
This supports 4K HD graphics which makes the display quality exceptional. There are 2 USB 2.0 ports, 1 Ethernet port, 2 USB 3.0 ports, 1 micro SD card port, 2 HDMI ports, and 1 VGA port which makes connecting multiple monitors simple.
This easily connects to WiFi and Bluetooth as well. It's small in size, but mighty in capabilities. The price is absolutely affordable and I'm able to take this anywhere with me, as I hook up to a portable touchscreen monitor.
I'm very satisfied with our choice to go with a mini PC instead of spending thousands on a new laptop. We're able to do all that we need to do with this and I'm sure there's more we've not figured out yet! Highly recommend!