Asus VivoMini UN42, VivoMini UN62 Ultra-Compact PCs Launched in India

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Asus VivoMini UN42, VivoMini UN62 Ultra-Compact PCs Launched in India
Asus on Friday has announced two new mini PCs in India, dubbed the Asus VivoMini UN42 and Asus VivoMini UN62, with a price starting at Rs. 13,500 and Rs. 26,500 respectively for the 'barebones' models, not including RAM, HDD, and OS.

Users can additionally purchase the VivoMini UN42 and VivoMini UN62 with Windows 8.1 or Windows 7 Professional 64-bit operating systems. Asus says that both variants are available starting this month and will come with a three-year warranty.

The VivoMini UN42 comes with Intel Celeron 2957U processor(1.40GHz, 2 cores, 2 threads, 2M cache); 2GB to 16GB DDR3L 1600MHz RAM options (2 Slots), and 32GB to 256GB mSATA SSD storage options. On the other hand, the VivoMini UN62 comes with optional 4th generation Intel Core i3 or Core i5 processor; 4GB to 16GB DDR3L 1600MHz RAM options (2 Slots), and 32GB to 256GB mSATA SSD storage options.

Various connectivity options and ports on VivoMini UN42 and VivoMini UN62 include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, four USB 3.0 ports, one HDMI, one RJ45 LAN, one display, one audio jack (mic in/ headphone out), one four-in-one card reader slot, one Kensington lock, and a DC-in port. Both machines measure 131x131x42mm and weighs around 1kg.

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Asus says that the two VivoMini PCs also support up to three independent displays through HDMI and DisplayPort++ without the need for an additional graphics card, along with output support for 4K/ UHD (Ultra-high definition) resolution displays. The ultra-low power design on both is said to draw as little as 6.95W power at idle.

"VivoMini is ideal for a wide range of business applications and home needs. It can be used in point-of-sale (PoS) terminals, digital signage, kiosk displays, or as a computing platform for small workstations; it can also be a personal or family PC for surfing the web, playing games and watching movies," notes company in its press release.
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