Beelink GK55 a complete mini PC that marks minimums in its 8/256 GB version

The Beelink GK55 is a small and low-size PC powered by the solvent and inexpensive Gemini Lake Refresh Intel Celeron J4125 processor and that these days has significantly lowered its price, especially in its version with 8/256 GB.

We can use the Beelink GK55 on a day-to-day basis for office tasks, navigation and others thanks to including 8 GB of RAM, which will allow us to use Windows 10 without problems. The box, with only 12.40 x 11.30 x 4.10 cm, can be anchored to the back of any TV or monitor thanks to the included adapter and as we can see it includes a good ventilation grille on the sides of the box.

 Beelink GK55 minipc

SoC, RAM and storage

The Beelink GK55 mini PC includes an Intel Celeron J4125 processor, a Quad Core manufactured in 14 nm capable of reaching 2.7 Ghz in burst mode and in which we find an Intel HD Graphics 600 GPU with support for h.265 video playback and VP9 up to 4K resolutions. The RAM is 8 GB LPDDR3 onboard, it has a 256 GB M.2 2280 SSD storage unit and a bay for a second SATA 3 storage unit.

Other specs

Inside this Beelink mini PC we have a Wi-Fi aC and Bluetooth 4.0 adapter for wireless connectivity. On the perimeter of the box we have a USB Type-C port on the front, 2 USB 3.0 ports, 2 USB 2.0 ports, a 3.5 mm audio jack, 2 Gigabit network ports, a micro SD card reader and two ports. HDMI 1.4 that allows you to use two monitors at the same time. VESA support is included among the accessories and the installed operating system is Windows 10 Home.

Price and availability

  • The Beelink GK55 miniPC can be purchased on sale on for $297 with shipping included on its 8/256 GB version.

Beelink GK55

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Ton Wardle-Winship

I ordered mine from Banggood for £143 after ordering a NucBox and wanted more USBs. Usable for most office tasks in Windows and plays smooth 4K. I wanted it to play with various Linux distros. Either Win10 or Linux, I had no driver issues. Doesn’t run loud under load. Found the USB C able to run my USB-C portable monitor ok


Good, thanks for your feedback.


What is the network (wired) hardware?
Intel NICs or something else?
I ask because none of the reviews or specs have noted the network hardware specifications.


Beelink usually use realtek.