Usually, when we talk about a TV box, we assume it should be packed with an Amlogic or a Realtek chip. These chipsets are made especially for media boxes that turn your TV into a smart TV. They mainly run on Android. But the ACEPC T9 is a regular mini PC, which simply means we should see an Intel processor. Fortunately, the manufacturer thinks identically. This product is packed with an Intel Cherry Trail Z8350 quad-core CPU, which is seen on laptops such as Chuwi Hi10 Plus, T-bao Tbook R8, Jumper EZPad 6, and many other models. It’s been made for ‘classic’ tablet PCs and ultrabooks. So it doesn’t face any problem with multitasking.
Though the memory option it comes with isn’t anything astonishing, it’s quite sufficient not to run out of memory. The ACEPC T9 is packed with a 4GB of LPDDR3 RAM and 32GB of internal storage. If you think the flash storage is not sufficient, there is a TF card slot to expand it up to 128GB. But currently, no one worries about the storage, because everything is stored in the clouds. So this capacity should be used for system and program files only.
The first thing caught our eyes is the dual-band WiFi support. Thus the ACEPC T9 is capable of transmitting in either of two different standard frequency ranges (2.4/5GHz). Thanks to supplying separate wireless interfaces for each band, this mini PC provides maximum flexibility in setting up a home network. Apart from this, it comes with a number of interfaces including one USB 3.0, one USB 2.0, one micro USB, and one HDMI ports, 3.5mm audio and DC jacks, and a SPDIF. So you can plug any peripheral and use this mini PC as a full-featured PC.
Like all other mid-range mini PCs, the ACEPC T9 runs on Windows 10. There are a number of advantages coming with the latest OS of Microsoft. Say, it’s got DirectX 12, which provides high-frame rates for future games; Cortana, a virtual personal assistant has made her way to the OS; general stability and performance have been greatly increased; Virtual Desktop, etc.