Lenovo has officially start sale its latest Xiaoxin mini PC, exclusively for the Chinese market. This tiny titan comes in at just 1L in size, with dimensions of 195x191x39mm and a weight of 1.8kg. What sets it apart from competitors like other mini PC? The built-in 150W power supply, eliminating the need for an external adapter and making it the perfect addition to any desktop setup.
The Xiaoxin mini PC all-metal integrated design is all about simplicity and elegance. With a detachable white multi-process texture top cover, users can personalize their mini PC to suit their tastes and preferences. And, it’s not just about looks; twin turbo fans and a unique three-layer blade system provide efficient heat dissipation and power cooling, ensuring quiet operation even under heavy loads. Lenovo claims the noise level stays below 30dB, so you can say goodbye to annoying fan noise.
Powerhouse Performance in a Small Package
Don’t let the Xiaoxin mini PC small size fool you – it’s packed with powerful components. Choose between the i7-13700H and i5-13500H CPUs, both of which outperform Apple’s M2 in CineBench multi-core performance tests. With integrated Iris Xe graphics, dual memory slots, and dual SSD slots, mini PC supports up to 32GB of memory and 1TB of SSD storage, with options for further expansion.
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Ample Connectivity Options
The Xiaoxin Mini PC doesn’t skimp on connectivity options, either. In addition to front USB 3.2, USB-C, and audio interfaces, the rear panel features a 2.5G network port, dual USB 3.2, USB 2.0, Thunderbolt 4, HDMI 2.1, and DP 1.4 (4K 60Hz) interfaces. With this many options, you’ll have no trouble connecting all your favorite peripherals.
Starting at 3699 RMB (approximately $540), the Lenovo Xiaoxin Mini PC is competitively priced, especially considering its built-in 150W power supply and 13th-gen Intel Core standard CPU. If you’re in the market for a compact yet powerful mini PC, keep an eye out for this little dynamo.