The Blackview brand known for its rugged Smartphones expands its catalogue with its first low-power mini PC, the Blackview MP60.
A compact mini PC that has as its heart an 11th Generation Intel Celeron N5105 processor with good general performance and a minimum consumption, TDP of 10W, as you can see in our review. The Blackview MP60 is not a gaming PC, but it can be used perfectly for office work, web browsing, multimedia playback up to 4K and many more tasks.
Its design stands out for its blue box and for its upper grill that incorporates LED lighting, although we have already seen this box design in other generic mini PCs.
Blackview MP60 Specifications
This new Blackview MP60 mini PC integrates the Intel Celeron N5095 processor manufactured in 10 nm with four cores and four execution threads that reach up to 2.9 GHz. For the graphics section, we have an integrated Intel UHD Graphics GPU compatible with video codecs VP9 and h.265 up to 4K@60fps. A processor and GPU that doesn’t allow you to play demanding titles in 3D, but that does allow us to use the device for many other tasks or even with many emulators.
As for RAM memory, we have versions with 8/16 GB LPDDR4 soldered on the board. In the storage section, we have a 256 GB M.2 SATA SSD installed inside. In addition, we find a SATA3 port with space for a 2.5″ unit that we can mount inside.
For wireless connectivity, it includes an M.2 module with dual-band Wi-Fi aC and Bluetooth 4.2. In the connector area we have 2 USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0, 3.5 mm audio jack, Gigabit Ethernet port and two HDMI 2.0a video outputs that allow you to play 4K@60fps video without problems.
Price and availability
- The Blackview MP60 miniPC with Celeron N5095 can be purchased on Amazon from €199.99 in its 8/256 GB version.