PELADN WI-6 Mini PC Intel Alder Lake N95

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  • Intel Alder Lake N95
  • Intel UHD Graphics
  • HardCore Structures
  • WiFi 5 and Bluetooth 4.2
  • 6W TDP and 0.5L
  • Delivery day:2-5 Business Days
  • 30 Days Hassle-free return
CPU: Intel Alder Lake N95
SIZE: 8G RAM +256 SSD

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Rick Andersen
small but mighty

An incredible little computer super fast and clear

R
Rodrick
Good basic mini PC

This is a great mini PC running windows that is perfect for light work, like school, work or entertainment. It’s not gonna be for gamers, trying to run a super demanding game, but for a regular computer task it is great and a very small size. Just pair it up with a monitor, keyboard and mouse, and you’re ready to go. The set up process is very simple and straightforward, basically the same as any other window set up. It runs really well and is good for a mini PC.

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Guillermo Rivera
Great Computer

Outstanding product for the value

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W. Church
Good mini pc

Good mini pc that includes windows 11.

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btb222
Superb value, comes with Win 11 PRO, a few setup issues discussed below

First, the value delivered by this product is incredible. At this price point, it includes Wndows 11 Pro!

As far as performance, obviously this computer isn't for complex work, but for simple browsing and other mundane tasks, the 16 gb of memory handles everything I need.

The one thing you need to be aware of: the default Windows settings were all geared toward power saving -- monitor off after 15 minutes, hard drive off fairly shortly, etc., etc. This was a particular problem for me with respect to the USB subsystem, because I have a considerable number of USB keys and drives. I noticed that frequently when I boot the USB subsystem wouldn't be seen, and I'd be stuck with just the built-in C drive. What was the reason? ALL the USB settings were set to save power, so I noticed a Windows error message: "Power surge on the USB port. Unknown USB device needs more power than the port can supply." My solution was to make sure my USB hub is off at boot-up, then I turn on the various keys and drives individually, so there's no power surge. Since doing that, I'm having no problems with the USB system. (What you need to do to fix the USB power issue is go into Device Manager, right-click on the USB components at the bottom of Device Manager, and individually go into the Power Saving tab and turn off power saving for the various USB devices.)

The reason this was such a big issue is that if you want to boot one-time into another operating system or a utility disk, your system MUST be able to see the USB drives. Since I was having this USB power issue, the drives weren't seen and therefore I wasn't offered the one-time boot option. After fixing the USB power issue, the one-time boot option is always there. (There are many ways to get to the one-time boot option, but perhaps the simplest is go to System, Recovery, Advanced Startup, Restart Now. Microsoft has deliberately made it an obscure process.)

I hope all that helps someone! As far as the rest of the system, it is virtually silent regardless of processor load, and I have had no other issues other than the USB system described above.

To sum up, the value delivered by this system is state of the art. I was about to purchase a Dell laptop and by going with this system I saved over $600 . Fantastic!