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Review of GEEKOM MiniAir 11 Microcomputer

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GEEKOM MiniAir 11 Microcomputer

Global company GEEKOM has its headquarters in Taiwan. It was founded by a man named Kom de Olde, and for almost a decade, it has produced a wide range of computer goods.

The Mini PC market is one in which GEEKOM is particularly active. The Mini IT11, Mini IT8, Mini IT8 SE, and the MiniAir 11, which is the type we’re examining today, are among the four versions it now produces.

These are solely Intel-based designs, utilizing Celeron, Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7 class processors from Intel’s 8th and 11th generations of silicon.

As its name suggests, the GEEKOM MiniAir 1 uses an 11th Gen Celeron CPU and is currently the least expensive NUC model made by this company.

What distinguishes the MiniAir 11 from its rivals in a market that is fiercely competitive?

Currently, GEEKOM only offers the MiniAir 11 for direct purchase from their website in a single SKU with 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. That costs $229 (£199), which includes both the US and UK sales taxes.

GEEKOM MiniAir 11 Microcomputer

For those who prefer that source, it can be found on Amazon.com for $235.99.

Although there are more affordable NUC-sized systems, this one is priced competitively.

The MiniAir is available for $189.99 through December 5th, a 32% reduction from its regular retail price.

The MiniAir 11 fits into the same predictable patterns as the other NUC PCs because of the strict specifications Intel set for them.

Despite having a mainly plastic exterior that has been molded, this unit feels heavier than the others we’ve reviewed. Furthermore, if not misused, this equipment should provide a few years of reliable service

Airflow was a top priority for its creators because this isn’t an actively cooled design. Air can enter through perforated metal on both sides, and there is a bigger slotted outlet at the rear.

A solid indication of the machine’s intended usage can frequently be found in the number and positioning of ports. They all indicate a light office job rather than an embedded duty for those on the MiniAir 11.

The front face has the power button, the 3.5mm audio connector, and two USB Type-A and Type-C connections to achieve this goal.

The full-size SD card reader is on the left, and a security slot is on the right; all other ports are on the rear. These include a single gigabit LAN port, an HDMI 1.4 out, three more USB ports, and HDMI 1.4 and Mini DP outs.

Jozeph P

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