OnePC Pocket EVO review: a budget mini PC

OnePC Pocket EVO review

OnePC Pocket EVO stands out because it is based on a quad-core chip Intel Atom Z8300-X5 (Cherry Trail) to 1.44GHz (up to 1.84GHz in Turbo Mode), which guarantees top performance, and offers more storage space. The internal flash memory 32GB , in fact, can be implemented with a traditional hard disk 2.5 “so as to easily exceed all limits of storage space. The operating system is Windows , suitable for multimedia use that office, but for those who He wishes there is also the option of choosing a version of FreeDOS.

OnePC Pocket EVO review: The chassis changes, replaced by a trapezoidal shape but still compact with dimensions of 13 x 13 x 3.1 cm and weighs 230 grams. Valid desktop replacement at the office as at home, functional media center for TV, incredible device travel, Pocket EVO has a budget unrivaled making it a versatile solution ready for any situation.

No lack of video output connections thanks to presence of HDMI and VGA letting users to connect easily and 4K TV monitor to enjoy movies, TV series and movies at full definition, without using other devices. In addition to well three USB 2.0 ports for adding a USB 3.0 to be used for external devices such as keyboard, mouse or webcam. The network connection is provided by a classic LAN (RJ45) for Ethernet 10/100 and wireless connections WiFi and Bluetooth.

OnePC Pocket EVO review: An endowment decidedly richer than most of the Mini PC on the market, completed by a card reader ( microSD, microSDHC, microSDXC) and between stereo audio via a 3.5 mm jack.

OnePC Pocket EVO is available online through the official website of the company starting from 179 Euro (FreeDOS) and 239 euro (Windows). The 2-year warranty is extendable to three years by purchasing OneCare OnePC.

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