With each passing year, computers are becoming more portable than ever and thanks to updated CPU chips, we have seen increased number of mini PCs that can easily compete with other beefy version computers. Asus already has a successful product lineup and recently the company has released new range of VivoMini desktop PCs powered by Intel’s Kaby Lake CPUs. If you are wondering about the specifications, they can be more powerful than your regular desktops.
Both VC66 and VC66R comes with latest Core i7 processors with up to 32GB DDR4 RAM. The devices also feature HDMI, DisplayPort and Single-link DVI-D port as VC66R supports up to 3 displays at the same time. Moreover, both of the mini PCs have four front-mounted USB3 ports, and a USB-C connector, alongside two USB2 ports on the rear, Gigabit Ethernet, and a 4-in-1 card reader as well as options for all standard wireless connectivity. While each of the computers come with 100GB of ASUS web storage, you can select different hardware based storage options from a range of choices including M.2 and SSD drives. However, you will need to wait a bit more since both of the machines will be available for $1359 from March.