And if you really want my opinion, then your going to want to post the link to whatever computer you choose to buy, for me to look over, before you make a purchase.
The biggest downfall to mini computers is always thermals. So thats why I say I need to see it, I need to see what hardware is being used in the mini PC. Because if the hardware is too high performance, that computer is going to die an early death.
I will give you perfect examples of good and bad!
(GOOD) <<<--- Means Good To Buy!
Mini PC that uses an Core I5 APU or IGPU with a frequency no higher then 2.2GHZ to 2.8GHZ. A computer that uses DDR4 2400MHZ to 2600MHZ RAM, or the same spec in DDR5 RAM. Also uses NVME M.2 SSD drive or a SATA SSD drive. NO MECHANICAL DRIVES!
(BAD) <<<--- Means don't buy!
Mini PC that uses a Core I7 to Core I9 CPU, with frequencies at 2.2GHZ with turbo functionality up to 4.5GHZ. A computer that uses DDR4 or DDR5 RAM in the 3200MHZ to 4000MHZ range. A computer that uses a discreet Nvidia RTX GPU from the 20000 or 30000 range. A computer that either uses only SSD, or a mix of SSD AND HDD.
Those are just a couple of examples, like I said, I want to see the computer you want to buy before you make a purchase. I would feel really bad if you bought a computer, and it die after a year due to thermal overheating.