Byte3 Mini PC Fanless with Windows 10 Pro Apollo Lake J3455 Quad-Core Desktop Computer, 1.50 GHz (up to 2.30 GHz) 4GB RAM+32GB storage /2.5” SSD M.2 Supported
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- The Byte3 mini PC offers a versatile alternative to conventional bulky computers. Integrated with Windows 10 Pro, this affordable mini computer is ideal for both at home and work application. Use your Byte3 mini desktop PC as the perfect home media center to stream applications such as Netflix, Hulu, Kodi, YouTube and more by connecting it to your living room or bedroom TV
- Get rid of your noisy tower computer and connect the Byte3 mini PC to your office monitor for a more spacious, modern and silent office setup
- Features a powerful quad-core Intel Apollo Lake N3450 processor, 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage for high-performance in full HD 1080P display. Bonus M.2 slot (AHCI-SATA) and an SD card slot which accommodates an extra 256GB of memory. Equipped with dual-band Wi-Fi and an Ethernet port (1 Gigabit) for optimal internet connectivity
- The Byte3 mini desktop computer has 5 USB ports - (1) 2.0 port, (3) 3.0 ports, and 1 type C port. The type C USB port features a new, smaller connector shape that is reversible and offers up to double the transfer speed of a 3.0 USB port, at 10 Gbps
- Integrated with Bluetooth 4.0 and an IR receiver. This mini PC includes a remote control for easy navigation
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The Byte3 sports a quad-core Intel Apollo Lake J3455 Processor, and is offered with the option of 4GB of RAM For an accelerated computing experience and smoother multitab management. The Byte3 provides 32GB of built-in storage, yet includes a Micro sd-card slot, accommodating as much as an additional 256GB to reduce restrictions on productivity. Users can connect the Byte3 to screen displays to convert them into fully operable computers through its Windows 10 Pro operating system.
Meet the Byte3
The Byte3 Fanless Mini Desktop PC by Azulle is designed as a more practical alternative to clunky tower computers. Powered by a 64-bit quad-core Intel Apollo Lake processor - this multipurpose computer holds a lot of power and speed within its small form.
Maximize Your Productivity
Preinstalled with Windows 10 Pro, the Byte3 lets you stream apps like Netflix and Hulu in 4K quality at 60FPS. Surf the web, browse YouTube and use Microsoft Office 365 to check emails.
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Elevate Your Business
Create a duo monitor display setup with your Byte3 for maximized productivity at the office. Connect to conference room TVs to display visual Powerpoints or connect to meetings on Skype with clients abroad.
Compatibility & Connectivity
Use the HD port or VGA port to connect to a TV or monitor. Also includes Audio Output Jack Ethernet Port (1 Gigabit), USB Type-C Port, and USB Ports. Wi-Fi: Dual Band 2.4 GHz / 5.0 GHz & Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity.
All Action, No Noise
Integrated with passive cooling technology, the Byte3 mini PC rids of loud and easily damageable computer fans to provide silent running and longer product life. Play, work and stream undisturbed.
Expand Your Capabilities
The Byte3 provides 32GB of built-in storage, plus a memory card slot that accommodates an extra 256GB of storage for customizability and unrestricted productivity.
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It's by no means a powerhouse computer and will do basic PC tasks well- I bought it to stake cryptocurrency. It has all the ports you need, USB 3, USB C, HDMI, WiFi, Bluetooth, Ethernet, M.2/SSD expansion and an SD slot.
Here's the problem. Windows 10 Pro cannot operate on a 32GB drive. Let me repeat that WINDOWS 10 PRO CANNOT OPERATE ON A 32GB DRIVE! Anyone that tells you that it can is either foolishly optimistic or trying to sell you something. One Windows Update, one Windows Rollback, one security update, or one temp file, and your are shutdown. You'll spend insane amounts of time searching for any bit bloatware or unessential program to uninstall just to save a 100 MB, and that's out of the box before you install your software. The Byte3 should come with a 64GB drive at the bare minimum- even if it cost a bit more. Or Azulle should have dumped the VGA port or a few USB ports to make up the price difference.
The solution is to install an M.2 or SSD and clone the boot drive. It sounds simple on paper, and it should be a quick process, but for whatever reason, it was not for me. If you are an average PC user (clearly the target demographic), then stay away from this machine. If you are an advanced user that is comfortable installing hardware, cloning drives, and editing BIOS then, by all means, go for it.
Azulle tech-support was helpful but the whole problem could be avoided by making a computer with the bare minimum of specs required.
When I reached out to Azulle, they were completely indifferent. Rather than acknowledging their mistake and simply swapping it out for a different one, I spent hours trying to follow their directions, which included downloading media from Azulle's FTP, buying a USB drive from Best Buy, working within the BIOS, etc. After hours and hours, I gave up and requested a refund. I have since returned the device, and now they are arguing with me about the $7.50 shipping that I paid when I bought it. They refuse to refund it. Horrible company.
Included Win10 only left 9 GB free on built in 32GB flash after latest Win10 update. Win 10 pro licensing working fine also after update. Installed 120GB M.2 SSD and copied Windows to it (from linux with Clonezilla). Works fine, lots of space available, probably also faster than internal 32GB flash.
Gets fairly warm, especially HDD when copying, but never crashed on me. Power supply very compact, but manages to power both internal M.2 SSD, internal 2.5" and external USB 2.5" HDD and copying between them without crash. Nice. Ca. 120 MByte/sec transfer speed.
Linux (Debian) also running fine (dual boot).
Not tried wifi yet or gaming.
The IR remote is a waste because it does not have enough keys to run kodi well and i have not been able to figure out ways to map keys or use another remote on the built-in IR port. So i need to waste the USB 2.0 port for another remote.
Given how it has space for 15mm HDD, its a shame that its not set up to officially support them.
8GB memory option overpriced, 64GB flash option overpriced too, but not relevant IMHO, at least not as long as flash is rock bottom priced (120 GB M.2 SSD ~ 35 US$).
I think the internal SSD is a bit slow in comparison to other SSDs. Other than that, the overall performance is quite good. I was tempted to buy a Chrome Box instead, but I really needed to be able to run some specialized music/recording software. I also like to play a little Minecraft occasionally. Surprisingly, it actually plays the game fairly respectably.
Update: Purchased and installed a 120GB SATA SDD it's working well. Downloaded the Windows Media Creation Tool, and used it to create a bootable USB flash drive. Then, I reinstalled Windows on the new drive. Make sure you create a Microsoft account, and link your digital Windows 10 Pro license before you try this.