HIGOLE GOLE1 Plus Mini-PC from $195.49

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The Chinese manufacturer with the strange name seems to have become aware of its name and has given itself a new name – at least to the presentation of its new mini-PC – with “HIGOLE” a new name. At least the product name “Gole” can now be distinguished from the company name. What changes does the HIGOLE GOLE1 Plus Mini-PC  bring with it?


Technical specifications

Display8 inches (1280 x 720 pixels)
ProcessorIntel Atom X5-Z8350 quad core processor
R.A.M.4 GB
Internal memory64 GB / 128 GB (expandable via Micro SD)
Battery pack6000 mAh
Operating systemWindows 10
Weight660 g
Dimensions19.9 x 13.6 x 2.7 cm

The HIGOLE GOLE1 – unlike the predecessor model Gole Gole 1 – can no longer switch between Windows 10 and Android apps, which is questionable and not a good innovation. Considerably stronger is however the 6000mAh large battery , which should grant some hours of working time. With 8 inches , however, the display is again comparable to that of a smartphone, how well the operation by touchscreen works, is therefore questionable. Surfing is possible via WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0 is also installed.

HIGOLE GOLE1 Plus Mini-PC Dimensions
With its dimensions of 19.9 x 13.6 x 2.7 cm and a weight of 660 g, the Mini-PC can be easily transported

With 4 GB of memory  , the mini-PC does not come as a miracle of technology, but the Intel Atom X5-Z8350 quad-core processor is often used in smaller notebooks . The internal memory is quite large with 64 GB / 128 GB for a mini PC and can be extended with a MicroSD card. This gives you enough space for some photos and videos. The small computer can also be used as a TV box, with an HDMI output on the side.

HIGOLE GOLE1 Plus Mini-PC Connections Front

HIGOLE GOLE1 Plus Mini-PC Connections Back
The Mini-PC comes with a wide selection of connections


With a weight of 660 g  with dimensions of 19.9 x 13.6 x 2.7 cm , the Mini-PC should be easy to transport and a solid device for use on the go, for more complex work a notebook should be more suitable. But all in all the mini pc is interesting enough and can be used for various assignments.

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Comments (3)

  • Profile picture from SATYAM VIJAYAN
    # 31.03.18 um 12:22


    Is it made of respberry pi

  • Profile picture from StringerTechnology
    # 16.07.18 um 03:37


    @SATYAM VIJAYAN: i can assure you that it does not as raspberry pi's don't come with that cpu

  • Profile picture from Jayme Silvestri
    # 15.12.21 um 11:32

    Jayme Silvestri

    This is just an issue for me but.
    Chrono trigger is five here and on the best games of all time. Which is fine, I find this channel to have this most reasonable top tens I've ever seen. But there's one problem. It's inconsistent. The entrees on their top five for this list are
    5 Chrono
    4 Donkey kong country
    3 Mario kart
    2 Mario world
    1 And a link to the past
    And on their top ten of all time it's
    5. Chrono trigger
    4. Super Mario world
    3. Half life 2
    2. Tetris
    1. Ocarina of time
    Obviously ocarina of time replaces link to the past in this situation, considering the one per franchise rule, but I find it very strange that the only snes titles set for top ten of all time are 2 (super Mario world) and five (Chrono trigger) on this list. Why isn't Chrono trigger Mario kart? It's inconsistent. The only reasonable explanation I can come to is that Donkey kong country and Mario kart are bunched into the Mario franchise, making this list break the one per franchise rule.

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