Mini PC manufacturer Minix has unveiled a new addition to their range which will be launching later this month in the form of the fanless Minix Neo N42C-4, which comes equipped with an Intel Pentium N4200 quad-core Apollo Lake processor and is supplied preloaded with Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 64-bit operating system. Other features of the mini PC include Gigabit Ethernet, mini DisplayPort and full-sized HDMI 1.4 port allowing it to support connection to three displays simultaneously if required.
The Minix Neo N42C-4 mini PC is expected to be made available later this month priced at $299. Providing users with 4GB of DDR3L RAM and 32GB of eMMC 5.1 storage, with the ability to use the included M.2 2280 to install solid state drive (SSD) storage if desired. Connectivity is provided by both Bluetooth 4.2 and 802.11ac WiFi. Minix explains more :
NEO Z83-4 Fanless Mini PC re-imagines the desktop PC, delivering an unrivalled combination of ultra-compact design and premium performance that is ideal for work, play and entertainment. Equipped with Intel’s Cherry Trail Quad-Core processor, NEO Z83-4 fits the power of computing into the palm of your hand. The innovative passive cooling design of NEO Z83-4 realizes the perfect balance of speed, temperature, performance and absolute silence. Containing no moving parts, it seamlessly operates without even a whisper of noise, while simultaneously maintaining an incredibly low operation temperature even when accomplishing the most strenuous tasks. Plus, NEO Z83-4 is unbelievably energy-efficient requiring 80% less energy than traditional desktop PCs.
For more information on when the PC will be available and full specifications of the Minix Neo N42C-4 fanless mini PC, jump over to the official product page by following the link below.Filed Under: Hardware, Top News