Banggood Code: BGBLGMCZ Price: $189.99 Time: 2021-01-15 CN
The Celeron J4125 of the Beelink Gemini M is an upgrade of the foundry’s desktop chips, running in a 10 watt PDT, they offer a pretty good level of overall performance for basic office, web and… non-professional use.
For the rest, it is a quad core and as many threads running from 2 to 2.7 GHz with 4 MB of cache memory. The chip goes from 6 to 10 watts compared to the previous Celeron Gemini Lake, the manufacturer has added a small fan on the basic aluminum heatsink. The idea being to activate it only when needed, if the temperature becomes too high, in order not to have all the time a fan noise in operation.
The processor comes with 8GB of RAM, along with a 64GB eMMC and M.2 SATA 3.0 storage ranging from 128 to 512GB in 2242 format. The price of the entry-level model should be around 200€ with its 128GB SSD. Beelink takes up here what made the success of the previous machines under Celeron N4100. The addition of a 64GB eMMC costing only a few dollars and offering the possibility to add a Windows 10 system for peanuts.
The connections, like the case, are classic. We find an ultra-thin chassis with great possibilities that opens the way to very complete uses. No less than 4 USB 3.0 ports are scattered around the chassis, an SDXC card reader is present, two HDMI 1.4 outputs to drive two displays in parallel in UltraHD, a 3.5 mm audio jack port combined headphone and microphone and a Gigabit Ethernet port.
The Beelink Gemini M also includes Wifi5 and Bluetooth 4.0 driven by an Intel 3165 circuit, so it will be very easy to add this device behind a screen thanks to the VESA support provided. Its thinness of 1.77 cm, its weight of 340 grams and its reduced size (11.9 cm side) allowing an easy integration.