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Popular Apple And Beelink Mini PCs Are Even More Budget-Friendly Than Usual At Amazon

Outfit your home office with a compact mini PC.


Mini PCs are a nice alternative to full-size desktops or laptops. They can be used with standard keyboards, mice, and monitors just like a regular desktop PC, but they're more affordable. Their small, compact size also makes them easy to fit on your desk or even carry around with you in a backpack. If that sounds like the kind of PC setup that's right for you and you're looking to pick one up, then you're in luck--You can save on a bunch mini PCs at Amazon right now, including a dozen models from Beelink, which is the most popular mini PC brand on Amazon.

Beelink Mini S12
Beelink Mini S12

The prices of these mini PCs range based on the included hardware, with the most affordable being this Beelink Mini S12 Pro model that's down to $159 (was $199). It sports a 12th Gen Intel CPU, 16GB RAM, and a 500GB SSD. If you need something stronger, the Beelink SER5 Max with an AMD Ryzen 7 5800H, 32GB RAM, and 1TB SSD is available for $389 (was $459).

These mini PCs are designed for general use and home office functionality, but some can handle some light gaming. The model best suited for gaming is this Beelink SER7 configuration that includes a dedicated AMD Radeon 780M GPU, along with a Ryzen 7 CPU, 32GB RAM, and 1TB SSD. It's available for $550 (was $749).

Here's a quick list of all the Beelink mini PCs currently discounted at Amazon. Note that some require you to click the coupon code box on the store page in order to get the full discount.

More mini PCs

M2 Mac Mini
M2 Mac Mini

There are a few other notable deals on mini PCs from other brands, including a few Mac Mini models for Apple fans. The standout deal is the 2023 Mac Mini with M2 chip, 8GB RAM, and a 256GB SSD. This configuration is on sale for $100 off at Amazon, dropping the price to $499. Most users will find it to be more than speedy enough to handle daily computing needs, and Apple's proprietary chip is powerful enough to handle many indie games, Apple Arcade titles, and some older Mac-compatible AAA games.

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