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Asus shows mini-PCs with Skylake at Computex

More and more Skylake products appearing

Asus shows mini-PCs with Skylake and new Z170 motherboard at Computex

Asus shows mini-PCs with Skylake at Computex

 

Asus has shown off multiple mini-PCs with Skylake CPUs during Computex 2015. The 6th generation of Intel processors are rumoured to launch August this year, and multiple manufacturers are already jumping on the technology, of which Asus is one.

 

Asus shows mini-PCs with Skylake and new Z170 motherboard at ComputexImage courtesy of DigitalTrends.com

The Mini-PCs will support 4K video output. The VivoMini UN65H, one of the systems that were shown at Computex in Taipei, features two storage bays, of which one supports up to 1TB of storage (in the form of an HDD), and the other one supports up to 512GB SSDs. It also has an Intel Iris Pro iGPU and 16GBs of RAM. Whether this RAM is DDR3 or DDR4 is unknown. It also has 802.11ac Wi-Fi, a gigabit ethernet port, an HDMI port, DisplayPort and SD card reader.

 

Asus shows mini-PCs with Skylake at Computex

 

There's also the VivoPC VM65N, which features a discrete Nvidia GPU, three storage bays (two HDDs and one SSD) and USB 3.1 Type-A support. It has the same display outputs as the VivoMini UN65H. The flagship mini-PC will be the VC65.

These are exciting times in the CPU industry, with the launch of Broadwell closing in and Skylake following shortly after. 

 

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Posted by OC3D on Thursday, 4 June 2015
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04-06-2015, 08:48:41

King of Old Old School
I have to say it does look niceQuote

04-06-2015, 09:58:44

TheOrangeOne
I'm loving it! My weakness is small PC's that are pushing the boundaries of what can be managed in their form factor. Let's hope these mini PC's can do that Quote
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