Thin metal mini-PC with Intel CPU and price from 540 dollars. Minisforum Elitemini TH60 introduced

Minisforum has unveiled a mini-PC powered by Intel. The new product is called Elitemini TH60 and is priced at $640. At the same time, it’s currently on sale for $540.

This is a fully finished PC, not a Barebone kit. It includes 16 GB RAM and a 512 GB SSD. The heart of the novelty is a high-performance Core i5-11260H mobile. For what reasons the company did not take the newer Alder Lake is unclear.

The mini-PC allows you to install a second SSD, for which there is a PCIe slot inside. Cooling is active, of course. There are also Wi-Fi and Bluetooth adapters and a set of ports including HDMI, DisplayPort, USB 3.2 (x4), USB 3.1, USB-C and RJ45. The dimensions are 182 x 177 x 36 mm. The PC comes with Windows 10 Pro.

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