What Weibu's Q13 Mini-PC Series means for your productivity and Workspace
- by quanzheng
People use low-end mini-PCs for the aforesaid tasks, as with all low-end computers.
Weibu's Q13 series supports Intel® 11th Tiger Lake-U Processor Core i3-1115G4, i5-1145G7, and i7-1165G7. Plus, it's cheaper and consumes less power and space than its desktop equivalent.
What Does This Mean for Your Productivity
As a business owner, freelancer, or freelance agency, the Q13 Mini-PC series is your simple hack towards improved work productivity.
It's hard to explain this simple fact if you haven't scrutinized the Q13's specifications. Take a look:
Q13 Mini PC Series Specifications
- Motherboard form factor: Thin Mini-ITX
- Dimension: 180*180*30mm
- Material: Metal/Plastic
- CPU Type: Intel 8th, 9th,10th,11th, and 12th generation processors
- Best CPUs: Intel Tiger Lake-U and Alderlake-P Processor Core i3-1115G4, i5-1145G7, and i7-1165G7
- RAM: 16GB DDR4 RAM on board
- SSD: 1x M.2 2280/2260/2242
- Graphics: Intel UHD graphics
- Ethernet Dongle: 10/100/1000Mbps LAN
- Wi-Fi 5
- 4x USB 3.1 ports, 1x HDMI inputs
- Intel UHD Graphics
- Supports 1x 2.5″ HDD
- Wi-Fi module: Intel AC3165 b/g/n/ac M.2
- Bluetooth 4.0, 2x USB 2.0 port, 1x ethernet LAN, 1x HDMI input, 1x DC jack (12/19V), 1x VGA port
- Supports Windows 10
If you're not an above-average computer user, I can wager you don't understand how these specs will improve your work productivity.
Well, that's why I'm here. Listen. I'll show you how.
Take the freelance data analysis agency, DataDudes, and their employee, Sam Shaw, for example.
Sam Shaw works 8 hours per day. But the slow computing power of his PC results in a 7-minute downtime each hour. This slow computing time translates to a 56-minute downtime per day.
Sam works 6 days per week. So that's approximately 6 hours of downtime every week.
DataDudes pay $20 per hour. This analysis means it incurs a loss of $120 every week.
Think about that for a minute.
Now, how can the Q13 series solve DataDude's problem?
It's simple. Q13's Intel Alderlake Core i7 processor will ensure Sam doesn't have any downtime. And DataDudes will stop losing money.
But doesn't that mean any PC with a Core i7 processor can tackle the issue?
No. Not every Core i7 computer can solve the problem. Here's why.
DataDudes pay for power, which means the downtime also generates losses in the form of energy bills.
And although a desktop PC with a Core i7 processor can eliminate the downtime, Weibu's Q13 won't only eliminate every loss, it will cut DataDude's total cost of operation.
And that's because its power consumption, which isn't more than 15w at peak load, is far less than any of its equivalents.
All in all, the Q13 series would improve Sam's productivity and DataDude's profit margin. Thankfully, Weibu's Q13 mini-PC series is affordable. And trust me; it's your best bet if you intend to replace that old dusty desktop.
Now, How does the Q13 Mini-PC series affect your Workspace?
Speaking of old desktop PCs, changing your desktop PC to a Weibu Q13 mini-PC is a no-brainer. It offers you numerous benefits.
One such benefit is the ability to upgrade your workspace. Now, listen, the Q13 mini-PC series comes with a 100*100mm VESA mount. This mount allows you to bolt the Mini-PC to your standing monitor.
Let's assume you have enough space for one desktop— a monitor and a desktop tower. If you remove the desktop tower and mount the Q13 to your monitor, you'll have extra space for another monitor.
And that's useful to freelancers. Most freelancers need two PCs, one for routine tasks, and the other for a job-specific task like video conferencing or a media server.
As a freelancer, mounting a Q13 mini-PCs, which is just 180*180mm, to your monitor is your best shot at optimizing your workspace.
Besides, the portability of the Q13 mini-PC allows for more space in your office. More space means better ventilation. And fresh air in the office increases productivity by 11% according to World Green Building Council.
Best of all, a spacious office provides room for better body movement, more ergonomic work tools, and exercise. This development means less achy backs and crampy waists and more time to focus on work.
Gone are the days when Mini-PCs are the go-to computers for low-computing tasks. They've been replaced by smartphones and other ubiquitous devices.
And that's not bad news. Today, Mini-PCs can offer as much computing power as their desktop or laptop cousins.
With this Mini-PC, you aren't just assured of high-computing power. It is a safe bet for improved productivity and better workplace setup