Xiaomi already offers not only phones and many consumer electronics, but also televisions, monitor players, and laptops. Moreover, it seems that the Chinese giant does not intend to stop and will soon enter the mini-computer market. How do we know that? Pictures of two upcoming mini PC systems from Xiaomi have leaked onto the net. What is known about them and when can we expect them to appear for the first time?
If visual PCs are already in Xiaomi’s plans, we hope they will also be sold in Poland. However, we must patiently wait for their official presentation.
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Interestingly, both devices could be part of the premiere of Xiaomi 13 smartphones. Although this event was postponed, nothing was lost in nature – the computers were presented to a small group of people anyway. The first is similar to the SFF system, although apart from the integrated 100W power supply, it has no components. So we don’t know if the whole thing will work based on AMD or Intel solutions, but we can be sure that the computer will work under Windows (this is indicated, for example, by the Win + M shortcut). Interestingly, there will likely be room for a dual-slot graphics card inside, but a more powerful power supply will be required for this to work properly.
We know more about the second minicomputer. It is immediately noticeable that the computer shown below is heavily inspired by Apple’s Mac Mini models. As far as we know, the AMD Ryzen 7 6800H (45 W) mobile processor, RDNA2 Radeon 680M graphics, 16GB of DDR5 RAM and a 512GB SSD of memory are inside this wonder. This mini PC is rumored to cost CNY 3,999 (about $569). If visual PCs are already in Xiaomi’s plans, we hope they will also be sold in Poland. However, we must patiently wait for their official presentation.
Source: Weibo, VideoCardz
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