ASUS first announced the fanless VivoMini PC back at Computex in June. It now appears that the unit, which is based on Intel’s Braswell Celeron N3000, is now official and will be available very soon.
The new VivoMini PC will actually be available in three versions, one with a quad-core Pentium N3700, a quad-core Celeron N3150 model, and finally the dual-core Celeron N3000. We do have to mention while there are 3 different versions only the N3000 model will be completely fanless. All three models are the same size, which is set at 131x131x42mm (0.6-liter chassis). Even with such a small footprint these VivoMini PC’s pack in a lot of features.
You have 2GB of DDR3L 1600 memory, which is expandable up to 8GB in two slots, up to 128GB of M.2 10 GB/s solid state drive storage, four USB 3.0 ports, Gigabit Ethernet, 803.11ac WiFi + Bluetooth 4.0, and HDMI and VGA outputs.
The units will ship with either Windows 7 Pro or Windows 10 Pro. The units will come with either a 45W or 65W power brick depending on the model.