In this article I’m going to write about Morefine M1+. I also mention all the pros and cons of this device.
The Morefine M1+ PC comes with a power plug HDMI extension cable and a USB OTG cable.
As far as designing it was looking at a tiny piece of kit which is about double of the size of a regular USB flash drive.
The Morefine M1+ is made entirely of plastic and it doesn’t necessarily scream premium but it doesn’t feel cheap neither.
There is an LED indicator which spice up once the device is powered on. There is a power button and the cutouts for air intake a power input port and the USB port. On another side it have one more air intake route micro USB port and the micro SD card slot for storage expansion of up to the 128 gigs.
The setup of more pine and one plus is very easy. All you have to have is the monitor with the HDMI port a keyboard and the mouse.
Firstly you have to connect the power plug. Then you can use the HDMI extension cable optionally or just plug in the manipulated monitor as it is.
Secondly it should connect the mouse either via the USB port or via the Bluetooth if you have a bluetooth mouse. Finally did the same with a keyboard hit the power button and you’re good to go.
One of the key features is that this PC has two operating systems, fully licensed Windows 10 and Android 4.4 and you can choose either of them once the PC is booting up. The Morefine M1+ in a PC has a quad-core Intel Bay Trail chip with a clock speeds of 1.3 gigahertz to give the ram and 32 gigs of expandable storage.
As far as Windows 10 performance you can expect to play the high-end games on it but the Morefine M1+ mini PC is perfect for internet browsing editing documents what movies and any other daily tasks.
The performance was smooth and I didn’t have any major issues or lags. Well maybe the internal flash storage is not that fast but you know I’m used to using me very fast SSD disk on my daily laptop.
As far as Android user experience. It have the outdated Android 4.4 KitKat version and hopefully you’ll see an update in the future. It is kind of cool to see Android on a big screen. I try playing asphalt 8 on it and it was a fun experience. The graphics actually looked pretty good and honestly it is much more fun playing this game using a keyboard. Most importantly the gaming performance was good with the absolutely no lag and with just a few minor skipped frames you really cool feature is that you can easily switch from Android to Windows with a simple click.
Overall the user experience on both windows and Android platforms was mostly positive but if you ask me which operating system was faster I would say Android as it just fly through everything given the nearly stock Android built and powerful hardware.
When it comes to connectivity the dual band Wi-Fi works great. Although the range was a bit worse than for example on the iPad but I cannot say it was cooler.
As far as Bluetooth it worked absolutely fine with a few different keyboards and the mouse. All over the fact that it can actually replace your laptop and a tablet and all you need to have is the monitor, a keyboard and the mouse. I was happy with the overall performance of it and the fact that you can easily switch between two operating systems. Also with the micro SD card slot lets you expand the storage of up to 128 gigs and you can also use the USB port for additional storage or accessories if needed. Also the Morefine PC is pretty loud as the embedded ventilator is constantly working well.
It is not as loud as the full-fledged sr pc but it could definitely be more silent on all the Morefine M1+ is worth the price or $100 us concerning the p2h and versatile package you are getting.
However you should take a few shortcomings into consideration before making a purchase.
So that’s all about Morefine M1+. Thanks for reading his post.