The Specs on these Dell (and similar HP, and Lenovo NUCs when offered) usually don’t list any WiFi capability.
I assume that’s correct, but can WiFi be added internally to them? Dell, HP, and Lenovo offer that as an option on their new units, so I expect I should be able to add the necessary parts as a DIY project.
Is that possible? I’m assuming there’s a punch-out hole in the chassis for adding the WiFi antenna and that the Intel mini WiFi card and antenna can be obtained as a service part order or from Amazon. Is a BIOS update needed to whitelist the device?
No power supply or cord included, per the “In the box” specs and pictures.
Most seem to use a WI-FI dongle for these micro desktops. I’m not sure about space internally.
Power cord is included.
Is this thing windows 11 compatible?
Hi there. Here’s the system requirements:
Is there a warranty, and in case it doesn’t work can I return it
Hi there. We list the warranty at the bottom of the features. This has:
Warranty: 90 Day Woot Limited Warranty