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Beelink Mini PC U59 N5105 16+500G $242 ( $282 now - coupon no longer available)

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[Amazon.ca] Beelink Mini PC U59 N5105 16+500G $242 ( $282 now - coupon no longer available)

Beelink Mini PCs are on sale again. N5105 processor and Win 11 Pro.

U59 16GB DDR4, 500GB M.2 SSD $282.28 - $40 coupon = $242.28

Also on sale:
U59 8GB DDR4, 500GB M.2 SSD $244.03 - $40 coupon = $204.03
Mini S 8GB DDR4, 256GB M.2 SSD $215.20 - $40 coupon = $175.20
Mini S 8GB DDR4, 128GB M.2 SSD $190.48 - $30 coupon = $160.48

NOTE: Coupons no longer available. 15% savings still there.
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What is a Cinebench R23 Multi and Single score on these?
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Can't seem to find the coupon option for them??

Been eyein to grip one of their entry models for awhile, appreciate the post G Person With Folded HandsFire
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How does the N5105 processor perform compared to Lenovo mini PCs?
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letmesee wrote: How does the N5105 processor perform compared to Lenovo mini PCs?
Depends what mini pc you are comparing them to, but even several generations old chips will destroy these in most use cases. These are essentially x86 chromebook hardware in another form factor running windows.

Otherwise it's Apples to oranges, Lenovo is in another league. You get what you pay for in hardware build quality, reliability, and firmware/driver support.

These have specific use cases for some people, but consider these throwaway devices.
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M1K3Z0R wrote: Apples to oranges, Lenovo is in another league. You get what you pay for in hardware build quality, reliability, and firmware/driver support.

These have specific use cases for some people, but consider these throwaway devices.
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letmesee wrote: How does the N5105 processor perform compared to Lenovo mini PCs?
Performance is between 4th and 6th gen i5 “t” processors according to passmark.
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Thank you. Sadly, it is a very weak machine for my needs (I need 10 of them). They will only be used for office work, but that Cinebench R23 score is very poor in both single / multicore. At home I have a 10 year old machine with a Core i7 2700K and at stock speeds it destroys the Intel n5105.
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Angultra wrote: Performance is between 4th and 6th gen i5 “t” processors according to passmark.
Or more simply, their passmark score is about the same as a 3rd gen i5.
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bluestreak7 wrote: Or more simply, their passmark score is about the same as a 3rd gen i5.
Yup, the USFFs use the t variants though with lower tdp. So just comparing apples to apples.

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