Asus has introduced a new ultra-compact computer to its mini-PC range this week. The all-new Mini PC PN50 claims to be a powerful device suitable for a range of application in the home or at the office.
The Asus PN50 Mini PC is equipped with the latest AMD Ryzen 4000 series mobile processors featuring built-in Radeon Vega 7 graphics. It supports high speed DDR4 3200MHz memory with a compact form factor that takes up minimal space on a desk, making it suitable for all types of scenarios ranging from digital signage to home theatre setups.
Asus PN50 can support up to 8K video resolution at 60Hz using DisplayPort Dual-Mode or can be connected to four displays simultaneously with a resolution of 4K 60Hz. It also features configurable connectivity options, WiFi 6 (802.11ax) networking for reliable and high-speed transfer of data as well as dual USB Type-C ports supporting data transfer and DisplayPort functions over a single cable.
Dual array front-facing microphones offer voice control via Microsoft Cortana, while an integrated IR sensor allows for remote control of applications via a remote handset. The PN50's configurable port options include COM, VGA, LAN and DisplayPort 1.4 which allows users to choose their own connectivity combinations to suit their needs.
Asus Mini PC PN50 has a modern sleek appearance with a lightweight, compact chassis measuring just 115 mm x 115 mm x 49 mm and an internal volume of 0.62-litres, meaning it can be positioned almost anywhere. A VESA mount allows the unit to be attached to the back of a display to create an all-in-one solution while a convenient sliding chassis design allows for easy upgrades of M.2 SSDs, 2.5-inch HDDs or memory in just two quick steps.
The Asus Mini PC PN50 is available to pre-order now from Amazon UK, starting off at £274.99 for a barebones system including an AMD Ryzen 3 4300U CPU.
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KitGuru says: The new Asus Mini PC PN50 looks like it could be a real powerhouse packed into a tiny chassis. Any of you guys pre-ordering one of these? If so, what will you be using it for?