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Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Minix Neo Z83-4 Windows Mini PC review

2. Package

The Minix Neo Z83-4 Mini PC is available on Amazon for about 160 Euros. Below you see the retail package of the device, which is rated for 24/7 operation mainly due to its fanless design with no moving parts inside, and the low-power, Intel Z-8300 processor:

Inside the box the mini PC is wrapped into an anti static bag. You will also a mutli-language setup guide/product brochure, an HDMI cable, a power adapter and an external wifi antenna:

In order to get the box running you will need to connect an external mouse/keyboard . There are several options to do this; in our case we used the Logitech K400 keyboard that includes a touch pad.

Below you you see a picture of the top side of the device:

An operation LED is located at the front side (ON blue, green in standby):

The power button, a microSDHC/SDXC port, three (3) USB2.0 ports and one USB3.0 port are located at the right panel of the PC:

The rear side includes a mini displayPort (DP) v1.20 and a full sized HDMI v1.4 port. More over, there is an 1Gbit LAN port, a dual microphone & headphone jack and the 12V DCin power adapter jack.

At the left side there is the Wifi Lan jack for the included antenna and one hole for Kensington Locks:

 




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