Asus just announced its pair of new compact desktop computers, the Asus VivoMini PCs. The two Intel-powered sixth-generation Skylake processors is set to take on its mini PC competitors with its top-of-the-line features, according to TechRadar.
Asus VivoMini Features
Labeled as the VM65 and the VM65N, these pair of 2-litre compact PCs should have an edge with its competition ?with up to 16GB of RAM and support for both 2.5-inch and 3.5-inch storage drives,? DigitalTrends reported. Asus claimed in its press release that the 16GB DDR4 RAM will ?provide users with fast and efficient performance for daily multitasking computing.?
Asus also boasts its VivoMini PC models with NVIDIA GeForce graphics and SonicMaster-enhanced audio for your daily entertainment and daily use. The only difference between the higher-end model VM65N is a better NVIDIA GeForce 930M Optimus graphics and 4K UHD display support, which is unfortunately not too reliable for ?high-end gaming rigs,? DigitalTrends shared. However, users will still be able to ?enjoy stunning videos, play casual games at their highest settings, or view incredibly detailed photos.?
Concerning its hardware, the new pair of VivoMini PCs has a 4-in-1 card reader, an audio-output jack, together with a DisplayPort++ and reliable HDMI ports that can support three independent display. Asus assured that this will give users ?more onscreen space for multitasking, allowing them to spread out work windows, mirror content, or extend a single window across multiple displays. There is even touchscreen support for intuitive fingertip input.?
Design wise, the latest VM65 and VM65N features the iconic Zen-inspired spun-metal finish with an Iron Gray color scheme that ?makes them a striking addition to any home.?
Asus has yet to announce the release date and the price of the latest VivoMini models although according to DigitalTrends, the previous models was priced at around $150 up to $400.