The Egreat i6 is a small computer with Windows 8.1 with Bing software, an Intel Atom Bay Trail processor, HDMI and VGA ports, and dual-band WiFi.
Geekbuying sells the Egreat i6 for about $140, but the store provided us with a demo unit to review. While it has a few odd software quirks, it offers pretty decent performance for a small, cheap, low-power computer.
But you might not need to spend $140 to get one of these little computers… because we’re giving away our review unit for free.
This contest is for a slightly used Egreat i6. It has 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, three USB ports, a microSD card slot, 802.11n WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0, and 10/100 Ethernet.
The best thing about this little computer may be its WiFi performance: It has an adjustable antenna and had no problem staying connected to my home network even when used in an office that’s two floors above our WiFi router. Sadly that’s not something I can say about some other mini PCs I’ve tested.
On the other hand, this isn’t a super-computer. It has a relatively slow processor that’s designed for tablets and low-power laptops. While you can use the Egreat i6 to watch HD videos, surf the web, or perform basic tasks, it might not be powerful enough for some PC games or for heavy-duty multitasking.
You can enter our contest to win a free Egreat i6 by following the instructions in the Rafflecopter widget below.
There are a few rules to keep in mind though: This contest is only open to residents of the continental United States or individuals with a valid US shipping address. If you write for Liliputing or are a close friend or family member of someone who does, you are not eligible to win this contest. And if you’ve won another Liliputing contest in the past 60 days, you’re out of luck as well.
Thanks again to Geekbuying for providing us with a review unit!
Update: This contest has now ended. Congratulations to our winner, Randall Smith!