MeLE one of the leading manufacturers of mini PCs, and founder of the brand Star Cloud under which the market is currently the most mini PCs, was also present at this year at CES 2017 and also showed his portfolio of new devices. Thanks to Brad Linder from Liliputing we can bring you the plans MeLE in 2017. None as far complete specifications, accurate images and prices, but the proposal from MeLE is promising.
MeLE showed product roadmap for the next half year, and it includes a new set of small, fanless computers with Intel Apollo Lake and Kaby Lake processors. In the first quarter of 2017, we should see passively-cooled computers with 6 watt Apollo Lake chips such as the Celeron N3350, Celeron N3450, Pentium N420, and Pentium N4205. By this summer, we should also see compact desktops that look more like an Intel NUC. These models will feature 15 watt, dual-core Intel Core i3, Core i5, or Core i7 Kaby Lake processors, and passive cooling thanks to cases with built-in heat dissipation.
The new mini PCs from MeLE promise to be great. The new line of models with Apollo Lake and new Kaby Lake processors should be even more efficient than the previous and better should cope with the 4K display. As for the performance and quality of the components we have no doubt. MeLE makes a great mini PCs that can be used in the home and in the office. If we have more information about the new MeLE portfolio we’ll let you know.