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  • Beelink M1 Quad Core Mini PC 8GB RAM + 64GB ROM - 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM

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    Brand: Beelink
    Model: M1
    Type: Mini PC
    System: Windows 10
    Processor: Apollo Lake N3450
    CPU: Apllo Lake N3450
    Core: Quad Core
    GPU: Intel HD Graphics 400
    RAM: 8G RAM
    RAM Type: DDR3
    ROM: 64G ROM
    Max. Extended Capacity: 128G
    Decoder Format: H.263,H.264,HD MPEG4
    Video format: 4K,DAT,ISO,MKV,MPEG,MPEG1,MPEG2,MPEG4,WMV
    Audio format: AAC,APE,FLAC,MP3,OGG,RM,WMA
    Photo Format: GIF,JPEG,JPG,PNG
    Support 5.1 Surround Sound Output: No
    5G WiFi: Yes
    Bluetooth: Bluetooth4.0
    Power Supply: Charge Adapter
    Interface: DC Power Port,HDMI,SD Card Slot,USB2.0,VGA
    Language: English,Germany,Italian,Japanese,Simplified Chinese
    DVD Support: No
    HDMI Version: 1.4
    Other Functions: 3D Video,ISO Files
    External Subtitle Supported: No
    Power Consumption.: 12W
    RJ45 Port Speed: 1000M
    System Bit: 64Bit
    WiFi Chip: Intel3165
    System Activation: Yes
    Power Type: Digital Power Supply
    Remote Controller Battery: 2 x AAA Battery ( Not Included )
    Product weight: 0.2480 kg
    Package weight: 0.6390 kg
    Product size (L x W x H): 12.00 x 12.00 x 2.40 cm / 4.72 x 4.72 x 0.94 inches
    Package size (L x W x H): 13.20 x 12.40 x 9.00 cm / 5.2 x 4.88 x 3.54 inches
    Package Contents: 1 x Beelink Mini PC, 1 x Charger
    Gearbest
    Last edited by trebor; 09-11-2017, 17:05.
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  • #2
    Doesn't the N3450 have Intel® HD Graphics 500, not 400?

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    • #3
      Yes it does, Normally but these type setters don't know that,
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      • #4
        Indeed.

        I have been mulling over a move to Apollo Lake myself for few weeks now but haven't bitten the bullet, so wanted to see if this one could be in the frame for purchase.

        But I have some observations/questions for Beelink that I hope that they can answer.

        There seems to be no mention of this on the Beelink site, so is this a true Beelink product that will come with their direct support?

        But in the mean time, going on the basis that it will be:

        This M1 looks very similar in many respects to the AP34 and AP42 models. The AP42, at least from Gearbest site states that it is now discontinued and the AP34 out of stock.

        Looking at things such as the addition of a VGA port, does this indicate that this new model is a direct replacement for them?

        Nice to see the option of a 4Gb and 8Gb available but if somebody chooses the 4Gb, can they upgrade the RAM and if so, is it a case of there being a second memory slot or is a replacement of the 4Gb necessary?

        Is the memory installed dual channel?

        The Gearbest listing also shows 'DIY SSD' quoting 64Gb, 128Gb and 320Gb.

        Does this mean that there may be the possibility of 3 purchasable storage options in the pipeline as I'm sure that whilst the current on-board 64Gb M2 SSD (thumbs up for M2 too if it's performance is far better than MSATA) can be upgraded, people might like the option of having the 128/320Gb options to purchase, without having to replace the existing model that may have no practical use for them elsewhere?

        I just want to confirm that the HDMI port is 1.4 because now that we are seeing more Apollo lake boxes with the full 2.0a (albeit linked to an internal DP port) that offer the full 4K experience, it would be nice and perhaps even wise/expected to see this as a standard in all new models with this SOC.

        Running on a max of just 12W is impressive and a good selling point for those wishing to get the maximum performance with the greatest energy saving.
        Last edited by bluesmanuk; 07-19-2017, 04:58.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by bluesmanuk View Post

          This M1 looks very similar in many respects to the AP34 and AP42 models

          The Gearbest listing also shows 'DIY SSD' quoting 64Gb, 128Gb and 320Gb.

          Does this mean that there may be the possibility of 3 purchasable storage options in the pipeline as I'm sure that whilst the current on-board 64Gb M2 SSD (thumbs up for M2 too if it's performance is far better than MSATA) can be upgraded, people might like the option of having the 128/320Gb options to purchase, without having to replace the existing model that may have no practical use for them elsewhere?
          The M1 use's the same PCB as the AP34 Ultimate the only difference iv been told is that the M1 has a VGA port

          Both the M1 and the AP34 Ultimate come with 64GB emmc with the option of being able to add to that with a M.2 SSD up to 320 GB

          The AP34 Ultimate is indeed HDMI 1.4 so I would assume is the M1

          Photo of the AP34 Ultimate PCB (Review coming soon,As you can see the PCB shows M1 on the Ap34 Ultimate)


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          • #6
            Originally posted by blinkone View Post

            The M1 use's the same PCB as the AP34 Ultimate the only difference iv been told is that the M1 has a VGA port

            Both the M1 and the AP34 Ultimate come with 64GB emmc with the option of being able to add to that with a M.2 SSD up to 320 GB

            The AP34 Ultimate is indeed HDMI 1.4 so I would assume is the M1

            Photo of the AP34 Ultimate PCB (Review coming soon,As you can see the PCB shows M1 on the Ap34 Ultimate)

            Thanks for the clarification.

            Look forward to reading your review.
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            • #7
              Now let's have a look at the
              Beelink M1 Quad Core Mini PC 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM

              M1 Mini PC, Windows 10, Apollo Lake N3450, Quad Core, Intel HD Graphics, 4GB RAM DDR3 64G ROM

              Thanks blinky saves me a bit of a tear down


              The Very Colourful Beelink Box


              Spec's


              What's in the box, including Vesa Mount

              All the ports USB 3 and Full size SD card





              More to come...
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              • #8
                A quick look at the First boot and setup of Windows 10
                nice and easy...
                Last edited by trebor; 09-30-2017, 19:19.
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                • #9

                  Ok bit of a look see at what this can do

                  All Legit

                  Into the Creator update

                  System Info





                  Aida64 cool start

                  30 minutes later

                  Cool down slow, found it doing a Scan and update..



                  Antutu

                  Crystal Mark



                  So for what it is, a good little unit great SOHO unit or something to have as a second unit to do the basics.
                  Video playback Ok Netflix Plex etc, should do most.

                  Lots of these small units about slowly upping the ante to the next chip all a bit of fun really

                  Thanks To Gearbest for the opportunity
                  Last edited by trebor; 09-30-2017, 22:04.
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