Despite the small case, it comes Geekom Mini Air 11 with numerous interfaces: three standard USB 3.2 and two USB-C 3.2 are available for data transmission. A memory card interface reads SD cards. External monitors can be connected via Mini-DisplayPort or HDMI 2.0 – the MiniAir 11 supports two parallel 4K displays. 1 Gbps LAN is available for wired internet and you can use Wi-Fi-5 for wireless networks. A mouse or headset can be connected via Bluetooth 4.0. With VESA support, you can configure the mini PC to save space, for example behind monitors and televisions.
An eleventh generation Intel Celeron N5095 processor runs in the MiniAir 11. The quad core is supported by the associated onboard graphics. Up to DDR4 memory eight gigabytes ready to assemble if needed 32 GB can be expanded. The 256 GB M.2 SSD can also be expanded. Even if the performance of the MiniAir 11 is not in the top, the performance given is correct for a mini PC in this price range: simple programs like Microsoft Office and common Internet browsers work without any problem, video streaming is also mastered.
The MiniAir 11 is anything but energy-intensive: we measured it at full load 20.3 watts of power consumption, which is one of the lowest values in the entire rating. We measure a value of 5.1 watts in standby mode. The fan is very quiet with only 1.4 sun when fully charged and only 0.1 sun when not in use.
Our conclusion at the time of the test:
“In the test, the Geekom MiniAir 11 turns out to be a mini PC that scores not only with its very small body, but also with its equally low price. It also offers a particularly wide selection of fast interfaces. Its power consumption and its volume drop significantly low, but the Intel Celeron N5095 only offers mediocre performance. Considering the price range, it is still impressive. Overall, the MiniAir 11 is a powerful minicomputer and at a very decent price, especially for everyday use.