Published in AI

Onda M2 mini-pc released at $200

by on07 December 2015


Mini PC’s are being churned out rapidly with some specs much better than others. The latest from Onda fits into our rather nice for the price category.

Onda M2 Mini PC costs $200 and it has a few high-end specifications and features which make it worth a look.

It is powered by a quad-core processor sitting in the centre of an Intel Pentium J1900 chipset. This gives us Intel HD graphics and 4 GB of RAM. This should be enough to comfortably run a decent telly in HD. It is equipped with a SATA3 SSD storage of 128 GB while most of its rivals have slower HD. This makes it a lot faster than many of the mini-pcs.

It makes it a good, portable mini PC which should when mounted into a monitor should be a reason able Windows machine. All you really need is a monitor with an HDMI or VGA port.

It features numerous connectivity ports USB 3.0, USB 2.0, VGA, 3.5 mm audio jack, HDMI, Ethernet RJ45 and Wi-Fi receiver.

Chinese retailer GearBest is offering the Onda M2 at $200,with free shipping worldwide. The product page of the device states that it will ship the product within 3 to 5 business days.

Last modified on 07 December 2015
Rate this item
(28 votes)

Read more about: