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Mini PCs with Intel Alder Lake-N processors are getting so cheap that some models are competitively priced with premium media streamers like the Apple TV 4K or NVIDIA Shield TV. Case in point: you can pick up a T9 Plus mini PC with an Intel N95 processor for as little as $119.

The 3.5″ x 3.5″ x 1.7″ computer has at least 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage, two Gigabit Ethernet ports, and support for up to three 4K displays. It’s not the most powerful mini PC around, but unlike a dedicated media streaming device, the T9 Plus is a full-fledged computer that can be used with media center software like Kodi or Emby, or as a general-purpose PC.

T9 Plus mini PC w/Intel N95/8GB/256GB for $119 – Amazon (clip coupon)

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  1. You won’t get the streaming services to behave like TV apps on these PCs, even with Kodi. Or have all their features and quality available on browsers. And most bluetooth remotes are hideous.

    Bad idea buying this instead of a proper streaming device.

  2. How would you use it like a shield with remote? Like install Kodi, set it to auto launch at startup, but what about controlling it from the couch? Ideally without a wireless mouse and keyboard!

    1. You can get wireless remotes that just connect with bluetooth or some USB dongle. How well they work to give houseguests the comfortingly familiar impression, that you stream everything like a normal person instead of downloading and playing it like a weirdo, is another matter entirely.