MinisForum Unveils Mini PC Powered By New Intel N Processors
Jakob Aylesbury / 5 months ago
MinisForum has unveiled its latest series of office mini-pcs powered by Intel N series processors
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The two new mini PCs from MinisForum are the UN100 and UN305 both powered by Intel N series N100 and N305 processors respectively. These devices are designed to provide an office experience in a compact and low-powered form factor. These mini PCs feature up to 16GB of LPDDR5-4800, M.2 SATA 2280 SSD storage and an expansion slot for a 2.5″ hard drive and a TF card.
Small and Portable Design
Both the UN100 and UN305 use an all-metal unibody design which has been manufactured using advanced CNC machining technology. The cases have a 0.6 L volume and come in at a size of 136mm x 121mm x 39mm (LxWxH) and can be mounted to the back of the monitor with a VESA mount.
On the exterior of the chassis, there are connectivity options of four USB 3.2 ports, two HDMI ports, two 1G RJ45 Ethernet ports, a headphone/microphone jack and a fully featured USB Type C port supporting single line PD connection.
Price and Availability
The Minisforum UN100/UN305 is available now from minisforum.com starting from $229.99.