The MINISFORUM JB95 is a mini PC with a simple and discreet design that is finished in black, and uses a processor Intel Celeron N5095, a low-cost, low-power chip that uses Intel’s next-generation 10nm node, and is capable of delivering more than acceptable performance thanks to its 4-core and 4-wire configuration.
At the connectivity level, the MINISFORUM JB95 comes with an HDMI output and with a DisplayPort, and it is capable of working without problems with 4K resolutions and up to 60 Hz. On the front it has a USB Type-C connector, two USB Type-A 3.0 connectors and a 3.5 mm jack. At the rear, we see two other USB Type-A 3.0 connectors, the HDMI and DisplayPort connections we referenced, a USB Type-C and a Gigabit Ethernet.
Wireless connectivity is provided by a network card that offers Wi-Fi 5 dual band Bluetooth, so we can connect it to any peripheral without cables, and without any problem at the level of compatibility. As we can see in the second image, its internal space is very well distributed, since it has two slots for RAM memory, supports an SSD unit in M.2 2280 format and allows us to also mount a 2.5-inch storage unit .
In its base configuration, the MINISFORUM JB95 comes with 8 GB of RAM and a 128 GB SSD, whose price in Spain is around 295 euros. We can opt for higher configurations that include 256 GB and 512 GB of storage, although obviously we will have to pay a higher price for them.
If we wish, we can also buy the base configuration and expand it ourselves installing other storage units that we have, or purchasing them on our own. The assembly process is very simple, thanks to the correct distribution of components that the MINISFORUM JB95 brings.