The Chinese company Minisforum introduces its EliteMini TL50. This mini PC gets a Tiger Lake laptop processor and Lpddr4 memory. The system also has two Ethernet connections. The PC will be released at the end of June and will have a suggested retail price of $699.
Minisforum equips the EliteMini TL50 with an Intel Core i5-1135G7 CPU with four cores and hyperthreading. The system uses the integrated Xe GPU. The system has 12GB Lpddr4 memory with a speed of 3200 mega transfers per second. This memory cannot be expanded by users. The PC comes standard with an M.2 SSD with 512GB storage capacity, but users can replace it if necessary.
Furthermore, the mini-PC offers space for two 2.5″ drives for extra storage. The manufacturer also provides the system with a Thunderbolt 4 type C port, which allows users to connect, for example, up to two 4K displays via a dock. The EliteMini TL50 also supports an external GPU via Thunderbolt, and the mini PC also features two RJ45 connectors with support for 2.5Gbit/s Ethernet.
The EliteMini TL50 features an HDMI 2.0 connector, a Displayport 1.4 connector, and two 3.5mm jacks, respectively for audio and a microphone. Furthermore, the system gets four USB 3.0 connections and two USB 2.0 ports. Users can use a DC-19V socket or USB-C connector to power the system. The PC comes standard with Windows 10 Pro. The system weighs 603 grams and has dimensions of 149.6 × 149.6 × 55.5 mm.
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