The new MeLE Quieter3C is a budget mini PC with some neat features: passive cooling, USB-C power that’s capable of downstream (alt-mode), and a mini DisplayPort plug all in a tiny form factor. Let’s test it for PC gaming and emulation performance, and see if it’s worth the $220 price point.

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This was a review unit sent to me by the manufacturer. All opinions are my own, they did not see this review ahead of time, and no money was exchanged in any way.

00:00 introduction
01:56 price and features
03:17 unboxing and impressions
04:42 teardown
05:54 software setup and thermals
07:21 PC game testing
09:23 emulation testing (Windows)
14:27 SteamOS and Batocera testing
18:09 Linux (Zorin OS) testing
19:02 summary (likes and dislikes)
21:11 conclusion

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