Asus Officially Announces VivoMini UN62, UN42 Ultra-compact mini PCs in India

Taiwanese hotshot manufacturer Asus is currently in news for several different reasons, and mostly for its range of smartphones. However, taking a yet different leap, the company today announced VivoMini UN62 and UN42 Ultra-compact mini PCs in India.

As revealed, the ultra-compact mini PCs namely VivoMini UN62 and UN42 which measure just 131 x 131 x 42mm. Moreover, they will be powered by the 4th generation Intel Core processors such as Core i3, Core i5 or Celeron processors.

Asus Officially Announces VivoMini UN62, UN42 Ultra-compact mini PCs

As far as details are concerned, the Asus VivoMini UN62 will be made available starting at an MOP of Rs 26,500 for the basic version (that comes without a hard drive, RAM and OS).

The VivoMini UN42, on the other hand, will start pricing at an MOP of Rs 13,500 for a similar version. Both variants, however, will be available starting this month and will come with a 3-year warranty.

The VivoMini PCs has been targetted at home as well as office users. And to make the prospect even appealing to the office users, the VivoMini will also offer multi-display support for improved productivity. Users will even get an option between Intel Core i3, Core i5 or Celeron processors.

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Moreover, the UN62 will house either Intel's Core i5-4210U or Intel Core i3-4030U processor with 4GB of RAM and will have Intel HD 4400 integrated graphics. The UN42, however, is set to come with Intel Celeron 2957U with Intel HD graphics and 2GB of RAM.

As far as other specs are concerned, both the VivoMini PCs will come with Windows 8.1 or Window 7 Professional, 32GB mSATA storage, either 802.11ac or 802.11n Wi-fi and Bluetooth v4.0. In terms of connectivity, VivoMini PC will offer four USB 3.0 ports, one HDMI port, one 4-in-1 card reader, and one LAN port.

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