Today we found a new Chinese miniPC called RX1 that caught our attention for including a processor that we have not seen in this type of computer until now, the Intel Celeron G5900.
This is a 10th Generation processor suitable for office automation that includes an LGA1200 Socket and an H470 chipset, so we have the possibility in the future to replace the Celeron with another more powerful processor compatible with this socket and chipset. Of the rest of its specifications, the presence of Wi-Fi 6 connectivity and the 4 video outputs that it includes stand out. An interesting miniPC due to its expansion possibilities, although the Celeron processor that comes as standard doesn’t seem like the best choice.
RX1 Mini PC Specifications
The RX1 mini PC includes as a base an Intel Celeron G5900 processor manufactured in 14nm and with a TDP of 58W. This Chip is a Dual Core with 2 threads with a base frequency of 3.4 Hgz and an Integrated GPU Intel UHD 610 that reaches a maximum frequency of 1.05 GHz.
For RAM, we have two SO-DIMM slots with support of up to 64 GB. For storage, we have a port where you can install an M.2 Nvme SSD and a SATA3 connector where you can insert a second unit.
For wireless connectivity, we have Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2. The ports included are quite a few, as we find 3 USB 3.0 ports, 2 USB 2.0 ports, a gigabit LAN port and two 3.5 mm audio jacks. Its video outputs stand out with an HDMI 1.4, a DisplayPort, a mini DisplayPort and finally a USB Type-C.
The operating system is Windows 11 and the power supply is external 19V / 6.32A.
Price and availability
- The RX1 mini PC with Intel Celeron G5900 can be purchased from the Geekbuying online store starting at around $335 with shipping included.