Which Mini PC is right for You?
The ECS Liva Q3 Plus is a tiny, quiet, capable, and affordable mini PC that’s a great fit as a living-room media streamer or light-duty, hide-anywhere office computer. If you\’re okay with sacrificing just a bit of extra heft for heaps more power, the Intel NUC 11 Enthusiast Kit mini PC packs quite a CPU and GPU wallop into its petite chassis.
Can a mini PC be upgraded?
Mini PCs can be just as much a hobbyist platform as a traditional desktop computer. As a result, a mini PC won\’t necessarily come with everything you need in the box. Be sure that all the components such as a hard drive and RAM are included. Can it be upgraded? Mini PCs usually fall into the category of not being upgradable.
What is the difference between a barebones PC and ready to go PC?
A Barebones PC is basically a PC that is half constructed with a motherboard and the basic graphics card. A ready to go PC is a fully functional PC that is built with certain specs.
Can You game on a mini PC?
Mini PC’s aren’t built for gaming. BUT, it depends on the game. There are some Mini PC’s that are dedicated for gaming. The truth of the matter is, even the PC’s you buy off the shelves aren’t capable of playing different types of games and it requires customizations. So yes, you can game on Mini PC’s, but only a few games.