The Azulle brand specialized in fanless mini PCs presents its new computer model with Apollo Lake processor and some very interesting specifications that we can not find in other models. This new mini PC with the name of Azulle Byte3 is presented in a box with a pretty design, in the front has a blue line and a power button, in this zone we alto have an IR receiver for the remote control that comes included to turn it on or off.
Azulle Byte3 mounts in its central core an Intel Apollo Lake processor of last generation, the Celeron N3450 Quad Core, inside we have two options one with 4 GB of RAM and another with 8 GB of LPDDR3 RAM, the two mount 32 GB of storage memory eMMC 5.0 ( due to limitations of Microsoft to comply with the legality in the use of the Window license). We also have the option of mounting an M.2 disk to expand the internal storage or change the Windows installation unit, we also have the possibility of mounting a 2.5″ disk by means of an internal SATA3 connector.
In the connections side of the Azulle Byte3 we find we have wi-fi dual band with external antenna, Bluetooth 4.0, three USB 3.0 Type-A ports, one USB 2.0, another USB 3.0 Type-C port, SD card reader, network connector Gigabit and audio output jack. Regarding video outputs we have an HDMI 2.0 port that allows a maximum resolution of 4K 60fps and VGA connector that allows us to have two monitors at a time. The operating system is Windows 10 Home 64bit, this miniPC supports PXE boot, Wake-on-LAN, it has a reset button for the BIOS and auto on after recovering the power.
- The miniPC Azulle Byte3 can be purchased on Amazon.com only for $199.99 for its variant with 4/32 GB, the model with 8/32 GB is quite more expensive.