-  Some layouts only available based on display resolution and scale settings.
-  Subscription sold separately.
-  Requires a PC with touchscreen capability.
-  Hardware dependent. Requires Windows PC with microphone capability.
-  Pen-capable tablet or PC required. Pen accessory may be sold separately.
-  Access to images stored on OneDrive is contingent on the associated Microsoft Account the device is signed in with.
The Beelink GTi10 is the latest in Beelink’s line-up of mini PC’s. With their years of experience in crafting potently performing mini PC’s, both Intel NUC and AMD NUC, the GTI does not disappoint and contains a myriad of features sure to provide a premium feeling mini PC experience that makes the perfect media centre or home office mini PC.
The Beelink GTi 10 is powered by a 10th generation Intel i3-1005G1 and Intel UHD Graphics (running at up to 900MHz frequency). Thanks to the power of the 10th Generation Intel Ice Lake chipset, the GTi 10 also supports blazing-fast DDR4 RAM of up to 3200MHz, of which it can support up to 64GB in a dual-channel configuration.
The Beelink GTi 10 is a rare mini PC that supports up to two M.2 SSDs. One NVMe and one SATA 3 SSD, allowing for a combination of flexibility and speed.
The GTi 10 has numerous interfaces to ensure that it will comfortably fit into any setup. With support for up to three monitors via the HDMI, DisplayPort and Type-C (Front-only) USB interfaces, as well as eight USB ports in total (4x 3.0, 2x 2.0, 2x Type-C), and a 3.5mm headphone/microphone jack on the front panel, you can easily connect all of your peripherals with no issue.
For connectivity there are dual gigabit Ethernet ports, as well as Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0 compatibility, allowing you to easily run it as a wired or wireless mini PC.
The chassis itself also features a built-in microphone making this a great mini PC for video calls, there is also a fingerprint reader that makes the GTi 10 a high-security mini PC. Finally, there is a CMOS reset button on the front of the device, which is useful for troubleshooting purposes.