The Beelink U59 is a small desktop computer powered by a 15-watt Intel Celeron N5095 quad-core processor based on Intel Jasper Lake architecture.

First announced in September, the Beelink U59 is now available from the Beelink Store or Banggood, with prices starting at around $220.



The little computer measures 4.9″ x 4.4″ x 1.7″ and supports up to two 4K displays thanks to dual HDMI 1.4 ports on the back of the computer. There are also four USB 3.0 Type-A ports, a USB Type-C port, a headset jack, a Gigabit Ethernet jack, and support for WiFi 5 and Bluetooth 4.0.

The Beelink U59 supports DDR4-2933 memory and features an M.2 2280 slot for SATA solid state dries as well as a space for an optional 2.5 inch hard drive or SSD.

Beelink offers two different configuration options:

Beelink says the system ships with Windows 10, but it supports a free upgrade to Windows 11, and the computer should also supports Linux.


This article was originally published September 17, 2021 and last updated November 3, 2021. 

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6 replies on “Beelink U59 mini PC with Intel Celeron N5095 Jasper Lake now available for $220 and up”

  1. This would be great if it was 100% compatible with Linux including the Wifi adapter. But Beelink does not support Linux or open source Wifi drivers.

  2. Beelink has tried to pay me to be a reviewer for them, and of course I declined. While I know that other companies does this too, and I don’t know anything about their products, I cannot actively support a company that violates their customer’s trust in this manner. Pass….

  3. I don’t think I could go back to integrated graphics… at any price.

  4. Hmm, if it only needs 36W it would be nice if they’d just have gone with USB-C PD instead of laptop power supply with a barrel plug.

      1. That’s a good point, I have used barrel-to-usb-c adapters to get rid of the bricks for a couple of old laptops, they work well.

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