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Guzila mini PC Intel Celeron J4125 processor review
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This mini pc comes with built in Intel Celeron Apollo Lake J4125 Processor(Quad-core, 2M Cache, up to 2.7 GHz) and Intel HD Graphics ,Pre-installed with Windows 10 (64-bit) Professional version, set up is effortless. Works with all Microsoft products in a seamless fashion and maintain productivity. Find details in Guzila mini PC Intel Celeron J4125 processor review.

Pros & cons

PROS

  • Good design
  • Perfect size
  • Highly Affordable
  • 4K HD video
  • Good sized processor

CONS

  • Not good for high end works
  • Gets warm at times
  • Not available all the time
  • Loud at times
  • Hardware issues after sometimes

Guzila mini PC Intel Celeron J4125 processor Specs

Who is this for

This mini PC is targeted for users who want to do the basics: Email, web conferencing, word processing, spreadsheets, browsing/shopping and video streaming. This computer is great at all of these things. The specs are a little higher than typical mini PC’s. 

Guzila mini PC Intel Celeron J4125 processor review

Design

Being highly compact & having flat, box-like structure, the PC can easily fit in any tiny accommodation. It dimensionally measures about 6.9 x 4.8 x 2.3 inches and weighs just 13.4 ounces.


Ports

This mini system hardly lacks any of the essential I/O ports that fulfill your everyday computing purposes.

The connectivity options found in the system include 2.4G/5G Built-in Wi-Fi AC for wireless Internet connection, Bluetooth 4.2 etc.

Its side panels are the home to dual USB 3.0 ports, one headphone/mic combo interface, one HDMI output, a single Micro SD card slot, an Ethernet port of 1000 Mbps and one DC Power Port.

Processor

It comes with quad-core Intel Celeron J4125 processor (4MB cache, 4 cores & 4 threads) works at the speeds of 2.0Ghz up to 2.7GHz as required by the tasks on hand. It is rated an impressive 5 out of 5 stars by 9 users at the time of this post release and appears to be good value for money. The typical Thermal Design Power- TDP is only 10 watts for the Celeron J4125 and will help with the energy consumption. The average CPU Passmark benchmark score is 3313 at the moment as a mid-range processor and can handle your daily and more demanding tasks.

Intel HD Graphics Support 4K HD

The mini computer supports 4K HD resolution allows you to enjoy movies and games at a large 4K screen, offers you a high quality visual experience.

Storage & RAM

In terms of these features, the PC is powerful enough to complete your professional or personal workloads in the shortest span of time.

The system is packed with 2GB of DDR3L RAM and 32GB eMMC hard disk storage. Check out Terryza AK3V Mini PC Review.

The internal memory of 2GB is sufficient enough for day-to-day general computing and entertainment needs.

It makes your multitasking activities absolutely suitable and time-saving. You can store ample files, media files, music, videos and important applications in the system for it offers huge storage space.

Dual Band 2.4G& 5G WIFI

This mini PC supports Dual Band 2.4GHz+ 5.0GHz WiFi, 2.4GHz offers speed to 450Mbps, 5GHz offers speed to 1300Mbps, make the wireless device more power-saving, to meet the future high-definition and big data wireless transmission needs.

Guzila mini PC Intel Celeron J4125 processor Setup

The setup of windows is very simple. It asks very basic questions, but did require that I have or setup a Microsoft account to continue with the setup. Other than that, the setup process was painless and the machine set itself up in a matter of minutes. The first thing I did was download firefox and was amazed at how quickly it did so. It was near instant! Loading sites like Gmail and Amazon was very quick. All of the images were there already…I don’t know how it downloaded everything so quickly. I watched a YouTube HD video and it was so smooth. There was no jittering or buffering of any kind. This was so impressive to me.

Guzila mini PC Intel Celeron J4125 processor Performance review

I bought a pair of inexpensive hdmi-dvi cables and plugged them in along with keyboard, mouse, webcam and desktop speaker system. I use this PC to remote in to my workstation in the office. Works flawlessly – even when I do some light 3D work – my wifi connection is pretty solid (speed test reports ~ 200-230 Mbps) and rotating 3D scenes gets a bit laggy, but I can see that its due to bandwidth and NOT local cpu. Except when I went through the (long and tedious) process of bringing Windows 10 Pro up to latest 2004 version, the fan never turns on in response to the CPU clock increases. Web conferencing works great (mostly Teams)

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Overview

This mini PC from Intel allows you to essentially build an ultra high spec computer around it. Coming with a bonus software bundle, 8 ports, including the USB-C/Thunderbolt 3, and a Turbo Boost of up to 4.5 GHz, this is a real workhorse. It supports up to 32GB of RAM via two DDR4 DIMM slots, and has two internal storage devices – an M2-based card and a 2.5-inch SSD drive. With a professional yet stylish appearance, this is looking good so far.

What We Like

Upgrading this mini took mere minutes – unscrew the feet, detach two cables and slide out the bottom and there’s immediate access to the RAM DIMM slots, the M.2 solid-state drive slot, and the SATA hard drive.
We found the connectivity solid and stable, and whilst Intel’s mini PC doesn’t set any records aflame, it does beat several similarly priced laptops. It has a decent array of options for a small system, with support for both current and future peripherals.

What Needs Improving

The only issue we found was that this mini runs a little loud; however, it soon quietened down when we switched off the Turbo Boost – we found we didn’t need that running constantly anyway.

Apple Mac Mini

Overview

Apple have taken their own sweet time with this, but it looks to be worth the wait. With their usual understated, yet sophisticated, design, this mini computer packs in some impressive specs, and includes enough ports to run a large office. It’s not the cheapest on the market, but considering just what it’s capable of, we consider it to be priced competitively.

What We Like

The Quad – and Hexa – core Intel Core processors with Turbo Boost speeds of up to 4.6GHz, and support for up to 2,666MHz ensures that this compact power house is fully responsive and plenty fast enough for most tasks. With ‘industry leading security’ and HEVC video transcoding, it’s perfect for creative video editors – we found it ideal for working on 4K videos. The external graphic card was doing much of the work, but it’s a good indication of how the new Mac mini can be used. We were impressed with this deceptively diminutive machine.

What Needs Improving

With no dedicated digital audio output, it’s an additional purchase. However, with the prices so low, we don’t consider this an issue.

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