The world’s cheapest computer costs a mere $20.99


Online retailer Gearbest is now selling the H96 Max, an Android mini PC that can also double as a thin client, for a mere $20.99 including free shipping from China to most countries.

That’s far less than even the cheapest Raspberry Pi device, and unlike the latter, it is a fully configured personal computer that can be used out of the box (assuming you have as spare keyboard, mouse and monitor or TV).

However the deal is only up for the next few days and limited in quantity, so you'll need to be quick if you want to get your hands on one. You will need to use coupon code L3B4B68014E1D000 to get that price.

  • Running one of our best VPN on that Android box will expand its streaming capabilities
  • Use one of our best antivirus to improve its security and defend it from malware attacks
  • You can expand the storage capacity of this mini PC by choosing one of our best microSD cards.


The device itself is easy to use, with a low learning curve thanks to the preloaded Android 9.0 OS.

It comes with a quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 16GB onboard storage and plenty of connectivity/expansion options: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, audio port, four three ports, an Ethernet port, a card reader and HDMI port that can (and does) deliver 4K content.

You even get a remote control and a HDMI cable thrown in for free, and the H96 Max can even hardware decode 4K content, making it perfect as a budget streaming client.

At 120 x 120 x 25mm, you will be able to conceal or move it around with ease as well. Since it is compatible with Google Play and offers internet access, you should be able to use it with all the main Android productivity services (G Suite, Office 365).

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The world’s cheapest computer costs a mere $20.99