ASUS, a global leader in consumer electronics, recently showcased their compact and elegantly designed MiniPCs.
One of the MiniPCs was the compact, stylish, and powerful ROG GR8 which blends console size with gaming PC specs. Having a chassis with a volume of only 2.5 liters, the ROG GR8 is built with mobility in mind, without holding back on hardware. With an Intel Core-i7 processor and an Nvidia GTX 750Ti graphics card, the ROG GR8 is more than adequate to run the latest games in high detail and at 1080p resolution. This high-performance PC also incorporates ROG gaming features such as the Sonic Radar II, GameFirst III, and Sonic Studio. The ROG GR8 comes with an ASUS M801 mechanical keyboard and an ROG Gladius mouse.
Also showcased was the ASUS VivoPC. A small PC made for design and functionality which offers users a variety of solutions for everyday computing.
Unlike other compact PCs where upgrade is a concern, the VivoPC’s storage and memory can be changed depending on the user’s liking. It can accommodate a single 3.5” desktop HDD, or two 2.5” HDDs or SSDs while its memory can be upgraded up to 16GB. It is also compatible with the latest 802.11ac standard for high-speed wireless connectivity.
The ASUS Chromebox blends efficiency with formidable hardware which makes it the perfect partner for those looking out for the best Chrome OS experience. This little box is powered by an Intel Core-i7 processor for speed, further complimented with 4GB of RAM and 16GB of SSD storage.
The VivoMini, despite having a smaller size than its larger counterparts, does not skimp on neither performance nor functionality. It is equipped with Intel Core-i processors with 4GB of RAM which can further be upgraded to 16GB. For storage, it utilizes a 32GB mSATA SSD which is also upgradeable to 256GB.
As a PC with size-defying functionality, the VivoMini supports 4K and up to three independent displays.