The mini PC sector is undergoing a major renewal, thanks to the arrival of the new Intel Comet Lake processors. ASUS has been one of the last companies to announce new features in its compact equipment catalog, and one of the most interesting is the PN62.
With dimensions of 115 x 115 x 49 mm weight of 0.7 kg, the ASUS PN62 is a mini PC that arrives with the latest tenth-generation Intel Core processors. It has the low-voltage U range and support for WiFi 6 connectivity.
You can choose from Intel Core i3-10110U to the most powerful Core i7-10710U, through a Core i5-10210U or the Core i7-10510U. All of them are the low-voltage U range like the ones we can find in numerous thin laptops. These processors are accompanied by two memory slots SO-DIMM DDR4 2,666 MHz, to choose between configurations with 2 GB up to 64 GB.
Consumers can configure this mini PC based on Intel’s Comet Lake architecture. Currently, it supports up to a 6-core and 12-core in Core i7-10710U. The memory supports up to 64 GB of RAM, has an M.2 slot to mount a high SSD performance and comes with an efficient fan that ensures a silent operation. The M.2 SSD provides internal storage with 128 or 256 GB capacity and an HDD of 500 GB or 1 TB.
It has angular lines and a very attractive finish. It has quite powerful specifications despite its small size. This size makes it an interesting solution for SMEs and professionals who want a capable team but have a minimal impact on their workspace.
ASUS has opted to maintain a very careful design without sacrificing a very interesting functional approach. Despite its small size, it allows you to mount a 2.5-inch storage unit with easy access through its lateral groove.
The ASUS Mini PC PN62 also stands out for support for WiFi 6 thanks to the Intel AX200 network card, which also adds support for Bluetooth 5.0.
The rest of the connectivity is covered with an RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet port, a USB-C 3.1 (gen 2) with Battery Charging 1.1 power delivery, two other USB-A 3.0 and an HDMI output, plus a card reader and an infrared sensor for remote control. All this with consumption that barely exceeds 8W at rest and sound levels ranging from 21.5 dBa to 36 dBA depending on the system load.
To improve the connection options, ASUS allows you to choose between one of the following optional connectors:
- Gigabit Ethernet extra.
- Serial port.
- Thunderbolt 3.
Moreover, this equipment has an infrared sensor with remote control support and comes with a complete set of microphones that will allow us to use different voice assistants and make calls without having to connect any accessories. As we can see in the header image, you can work with two screens without a problem.
We do not have details on the sale price. However, it will vary depending on the country the device sold and the CPU configuration level.
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