The Maxtang NX6412-4L is a compact mini PC that adopts a markedly industrial design, something that can be seen in its external line, but also in its internal configuration. The chassis has been designed to serve as a great passive cooling systemsomething fundamental since this model does not use a fan, and therefore all the heat is dissipated through the radiator and the chassis itself.
This functional design is accompanied by a very interesting hardware configuration, since the Maxtang NX6412-4L mounts a processor Intel Celeron Elkhart Lake J6412 running at 2 GHz, although it can reach 2.6 GHz in short bursts. It has four cores and four threads, and comes with an integrated Intel UHD GPU. The TDP of this chip is 10 watts.
Can be configured with up to 32GB of DDR4 memory In a single SODIMM slot, it has an M.2 slot that will allow us to mount an SSD, and it has space for a 2.5-inch hard drive or SSD. It also has a second M.2 slot, but it is occupied by a network card that offers Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.
Regarding the connectors we have a total of four 2.5G ports at the rear. On the front we see two USB 3.2 Type-A connectors, two USB 2.0 Type-A ports, two HDMI outputs and two connections for Wi-Fi antennas. On the side there is a slot for SIM cards that will allow us to enable 4G LTE connectivity.
The base configuration of the Maxtang NX6412-4L comes with 4GB of RAM pre-installed and has a 128GB SSD, a fairly tight configuration that would be powerful enough to make basic use of the computer, that is, to use it with undemanding tasks. Its base price is about $280.