Acute Angle K3 Apollo Lake Keyboard PC Goes for $190

We’ve recently covered Acute Angle AA mini PC whose main attraction is its wooden-finished triangular-shaped enclosure, and the company really appears to like unusual form factor, as their Acute Angle K3 is a keyboard PC powered by an Intel Celeron N3450 Apollo Lake processor.

The device also includes 8GB RAM, 64GB flash, HDMI and VGA output ports, Ethernet and wireless connectivity, a 99-key keyboard, and more.

Acute Angle K3
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Acute Angle K3 specifications:

  • SoC- Intel Celeron Processor N3450 quad core processor @ 1.1/2.2 GHz with Intel HD graphics 500; 6W TDP
  • System Memory – 8GB DDR3L RAM
  • Storage – 64GB eMMC flash, microSD card slot, support for M.2 SSD
  • Video Output – HDMI 1.4 and VGA ports
  • Audio – 3.5mm audio jack, HDMI audio
  • Connectivity – Ethernet, 802.11ac WiFi 5, Bluetooth 4.0
  • USB – 2x USB 3.0 ports
  • User Input – 99-key QWERTY keyboard
  • Misc – Power button
  • Power Supply – 12V/2A
  • Dimensions – 34 x 11 x 2.6 cm
Apollo Lake Keyboard PC
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The keyboard PC runs Windows 10 Home 64-bit, and ships with an HDMI cable, a power adapter, and a user manual. The fanless keyboard PC is cooled via ventilation holes placed underneath the keyboard.

Acute Angle K3 can currently be purchased on Banggood for $188.90 with free shipping. I’ve just noticed that Banggood supports cash-on-delivery (CoD), so if you don’t like paying with your credit card or PayPal account online, you’d be able to select this option to pay by cash upon delivery.  I checked that option adds about $6 extra to the total in my case, and may not be available for all countries.

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willy
willy
3 years ago

Could be nice for kids. After all many of us started with machines looking like this 3 or 4 decades ago. The only thing is that the keyboard looks horrible for development with the most important keys being not well placed.

Chris
Chris
3 years ago

Yes, look like the Oric 1 & Atmos, it’s fun such kind of come back.

theguyuk
theguyuk
3 years ago

Attach a keyboard and mouse to a Android OS TV box, then download a programming language from the App store. More powerful Than any 8-bit, 16-bit home computer.

Sander
Sander
3 years ago

Yes, reminds me of my ZX Spectrum. And of course the Commodore 64.

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