This week Asus introduces a refreshed four new tiny desktop computers. Three are Windows computers, while the fourth is an updated version of the Asus Chromebox. Take a closer look: Asus VivoMini UN65H, Asus VivoMini UN45, Asus VivoPC VC65, Asus Chromebox CN62 and also read the information from Asus.
Asus VivoMini UN65H
ASUS VivoMini is an ultra-compact desktop tailored for a multitude of uses. VivoMini UN65H has an Intel Core processor and Intel® Iris™ Pro graphics; and supports M.2 SSD and 2.5-inch hard disk to speed up operating systems and yield larger storage space for added productivity. VivoMini UN65H also has 802.11ac Wi-Fi.
The VivoMini UN45 has a fanless design that lets it run silently even at full load, making it ideal for quiet offices and libraries, or for use in digital signage. It also gives users faster data access thanks to M.2 SSD support. VivoMini UN45 also has 802.11ac Wi-Fi.
ASUS VivoPC VC65 is the latest flagship in the VivoPC line. VivoPC VC65 is powered by a 6th generation Intel Core “Skylake” processor. VivoPC VC65 provides flexible storage options and can accommodate a total of two storage drives. VivoPC accepts both solid-state drives (SSD) and hard disk drives; with RAID support giving users the option to use it as a mini server or NAS. It can also serve as a media library to provide users with non-stop entertainment; and allows for easy software installation through its optical disc drive. VivoPC does away with an external power adapter, resulting in neater, clutter-free placement options; it can even be VESA-mounted.
ASUS Chromebox CN62 features the latest 5th generation Intel processors. It boots up instantly and provides users with the performance required to run apps smoothly or watch videos in 4K/UHD. There’s impressive networking performance too, thanks to 802.11ac Wi-Fi. ASUS Chromebox is extremely silent and keeps noise levels down to just 17dB at idle – quieter than a library! It’s a friend of the environment too, drawing just 6W at idle – less than an LED bulb.
Source: Asus press releases and saydigi (great pictures)