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Lenovo Xiaoxin Mini PC – All You Should Know And Pricing

Lenovo Xiaoxin Mini PC. Lenovo has just taken the wraps off its latest ultra-compact desktop PC, the new Xiaoxin Mini. Don’t let its diminutive size fool you. This tiny PC packs a serious processing punch, powered by Intel’s newest 13th Gen Core processors and targeting power users who need desktop-caliber performance in a portable form factor.

The Xiaoxin Mini features a sleek, modular cube design that takes up less than a single liter of volume. Yet hidden inside its anodized aluminum chassis lies a dual-fan cooling system, with individual heat pipes allocated for both the CPU and 150W power supply to enable sustained performance from the Mini’s high-end silicon.

Configuration options scale up to a 13th Gen Intel Core i7 CPU, 32GB of dual-channel DDR4 RAM, and 1TB of high-speed solid-state storage – formidable hardware muscle for such a pint-sized machine. I/O connectivity is equally impressive, with a wide gamut of ports spanning Thunderbolt 4, USB-C and USB 3.2 Gen 2, HDMI 2.1, and 2.5G Ethernet.

Pricing for the Xiaoxin Mini

Despite its desktop-grade internals, operational noise is capped at a modest 30dB thanks to Lenovo’s refined internal acoustics. And support for Wi-Fi 6 ensures blazing-fast wireless connectivity.

Pricing for the Xiaoxin Mini starts at 3,299 yuan ($465) for the Core i5/16GB/512GB config when it goes up for presale in China. Stepping up to the top-shelf Core i7 machine with 32GB RAM and a full terabyte of storage raises the cost to 4,499 yuan ($634). Stay tuned for global launch details as Lenovo readies this pint-sized powerhouse for international release.

Kere O. Jonathan Okoh

I, Jonathan. I'm the Chief-Editor @JaybestTechReview And The Chief Engineer @Jaybest Tech Repairs. My work on the tech industry {Tech Reviews & Tech Hardware Repairs} is out of passion, with the intention of helping others solve their difficulties on their smartphone and publishing informative tech contents. When I'm not writing tech, then I'm fixing Tech, when I'm not fixing tech, then I'm reading tech.

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