In the updated mini-PC Asus VivoMini VM65 used Intel Kaby Lake
Asus decided that it’s time to upgrade mini PC VivoMini VM65. No changes on the part of the external design did not happen, changes have affected exclusively the hardware component.
If previously VivoMini VM65 processors Intel Skylake, now it’s time to move on Kaby Lake: both the updated model, VM65 and VM65N have now CPU Intel Core i5-7200U (2,5-3,1 GHz), although soon will also be offered options with processors i3-7100U (2.4 GHz) and Core i7-7500U (2,7-3,5 GHz).
Both versions of the mini-PCs are equipped with Gigabit Ethernet, Wi-Fi 802.11 ac and Bluetooth 4.1, dual USB ports 3.1 and four USB 3.0, slot read and write memory card, stereo speakers. Difference version VM65N is the presence of 3D-card Nvidia GeForce 930M.
In every mini-PC can be installed up to 16 GB of RAM and two drives size 2.5 inches (or one size 3.5 inch).
In contrast to the widely known mini-PC Intel NUC, Asus device larger. For example, the dimensions of VivoMini VM65N are 190 x 190 x 56,2 mm, and weighs 1.2 kg.
Until an updated Asus VivoMini VM65N introduced to the Japanese mirror site of Asus, the sale of this computer in the local market will start exactly a month later — on January 17. The cost of the device is not reported.
Sources: Asus Liliputing