Asus Unveils New Mini PC with up to Four 2.5-inch Hard Drives, 2.8GHz Skylake CPU
Small form-factor PCs have significantly grown in popularity over the past few years. However, one thing that is constantly holding them back is their small storage capacity. Asus is however aiming to change that with the launch of their VivoMini line of mini-PCs which supports up to four 2.5-inch hard drives or solid state drives (SSDs).
The new mini-PC lineup was showcased earlier during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, but only a few details were revealed then. The Taiwanese electronics company has now officially unveiled the latest VivoMini hardware.
The VivoMini VC65 and VC65R line of PCs feature up to 2.8GHz Skylake processors, with the VC65R also offering support for RAID. The new lineup allows users to choose between different storage modules, as well as offers several other configurable hardware options.
Furthermore, for those looking to replace their old and worn out hardware, Asus has also introduced a bare-bones model allowing users to choose their own storage, memory, and operating system.
Connectivity options include USB 3.0 ports, HDMI, DisplayPort, VGA, and COM ports. Pricing or availability details are not revealed yet, but we’ll update the story as soon as we get an official word.
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