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NiPoGi AK2 PLUS debuts with scalable specs

NiPoGi AK2 PLUS brings Intel N100 in a familiar design (Image source: NiPoGi)
NiPoGi AK2 PLUS brings Intel N100 in a familiar design (Image source: NiPoGi)
NiPoGi dropped a brand-new mini PC, the NiPoGi AK2 PLUS. It comes with an Intel N100 Alder Lake-N CPU, which is a great processor for media, office, and productivity workloads.

We’ve seen a good number of Intel Alder Lake-N mini PCs being released recently. And now, the NiPoGi AK2 PLUS has joined the party. With an Intel N100 CPU, this mini PC brings enough horsepower needed for driving office apps, web browsing, editing, and media playback.

While the mini PC has Intel UHD Graphics with 24 EUs, it’s not enough to run games with good frame rates. But the iGPU does make AK2 PLUS good enough for 1080p video editing.

Besides that, the mini PC features 16 GB of LPDDR4 RAM, which is the maximum amount of memory the CPU can support. NiPoGi has also equipped the AK2 PLUS with a 512 GB M.2 SSD, offering enough storage for storing large-sized files.

In terms of design, the NiPoGi AK2 PLUS has a familiar chassis to some of the other Intel N100 mini PCs. That includes the KAMRUI AK2 PLUS. As a matter of fact, the PC has exactly the same specs and design as the KAMRUI AK2 PLUS. Even the ports and connectivity options are the same.

But it seems like NiPoGi is targeting its mini PC more towards the EU customers, as it’s not available on On the official site, the AK2 PLUS is currently priced at 349 Euros (around US$374). In comparison, the KAMRUI AK2 PLUS is currently listed at US$169.95 on Amazon, making it a better choice in terms of value for US customers.

Purchase the Mini Air12 with Intel N100 CPU from Amazon

Main highlights (Image source: NiPoGi)
Main highlights (Image source: NiPoGi)
Connectivity ports (Image source: NiPoGi)
Connectivity ports (Image source: NiPoGi)


NiPoGi via: MiniMachines (In French)

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Abid Ahsan Shanto, 2023-11-12 (Update: 2023-11-12)