From the minds behind the GT King series of android boxes, and numerous other small-form-factor PC’s such as the AP45, the MII-V, and the U56, comes the latest entry in the family of small form-factor PC’s – the Beelink GT-R.
Powered by the all-new AMD Ryzen 5 3550H processor clocked at 2.1GHz, capable of automatically boosting up to a sizable 3.7GHz if required, as well as the the 1200mhz performance of the Radeon Vega 8 integrated GPU. Not to mention the blazing fast [256/512]GB NVMe SSD (with additional space for an M.2 SATAIII SSD, and a 2.5 inch SATA HDD/SSD if preferred) and [8/16]GB of DDR4 RAM (expandable up to dual-channel 64GB), the GT-R is a multi-purpose powerhouse of a mini PC that will make the perfect addition to any home office or media centre thanks to its combination of performance and small size (measuring up at approximately only 16.8 x 12 x 4.7cm).
Struggling to find a way to connect devices? Worry no more with the myriad of options that the GT-R offers out of the box. Easily fit it into any modern setup with six USB 3.0 ports, two HDMI ports, one DisplayPort port, a USB-C port, two Ethernet ports, and a front-facing 3.5mm audio jack.
The GT-R also supports Wi-Fi 6 technology, ensuring wireless transfer speeds of up to 40% faster than previous Wi-Fi 5 devices. Wherever you place the device, browse in speed and comfort.
The GT-R also includes a fingerprint reader located on the top of the case, allowing peace of mind for the security-conscious that their system will not be accessed.
A rare feature of the GT-R is also the presence of a dedicated CMOS reset button on the front of your device. Making for easy troubleshooting should you have any issues with connecting various kinds of hardware.