SZBOX GK, a new micro PC with Celeron N5105 and triple HDMI

Today we find in stores a mini PC called SZBOX GK, a small computer that surprises us with its triple HDMI output, ideal for multiple desktops or digital signage.

A mini PC with dimensions of only 87 x 87 x 39 mm as we say offers three HDMI 2.0 video outputs, certainly ideal for those looking to use it with multiple screens. We have a processor of the Jasper Lake Intel Celeron N5105 family manufactured in 10 nm with a very low power consumption, it has a TDP with only 10W. With this processor we have enough to run Windows 10/11, light programs or office will be no problem for this tiny PC that fits anywhere or behind a monitor to make it invisible.


SZBOX GK Specifications

Inside the Micro PC SZBOX GK we have an Intel Celeron N5105 processor, a Quad Core manufactured in 10 nm capable of reaching 2.9 GHz in turbo mode and in which we find an Intel UHD Graphics GPU with support for h.265 and VP9 video playback with resolutions up to 4K60fps. Cooling is active, as we have a fan that draws air through the sides of the case.

The 8 GB LPDDR4X RAM memory is soldered on the motherboard and is not expandable. Regarding storage we have an SSD M.2 2242 with 128/256/512 GB or 1 TB. We also have a micro SD card reader compatible with cards up to 128 GB or more.

Other features

This microcomputer includes for wireless connectivity an Intel AX201 adapter with Wifi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2. In terms of ports we find on the sides of the small box a 3.5 mm audio jack, two Gigabit network connectors, three USB 3.0 Type-A, a USB Type-C for power and three HDMI 2.0 outputs that allow video resolutions up to 4K @ 60fps.

The included operating system is Windows 10/11, is compatible with Linux distributions and includes an external power supply. RTC, WoL and auto power on are available.

Pricing and availability

  • The Micro PC SZBOX GK can be purchased on Aliexpress from $229 with free shipping.
  • Soon available with another brand on Amazon.

SZBOX GK mini pc

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