Geekom has unveiled a new, very compact mini-PC. It’s equipped with the latest high-performance mobile CPUs: AMD’s Ryzen 7000. The system measures just 112.4 mm in width and length, but also 37 mm in height. It features a 40 GBps USB port and an SD card reader. This makes it a high-performance mini-PC, suitable for ordinary consumers and even content creators.
The system is incredibly small, with a width and height slightly greater than those of a human hand. The chassis is made of metal with a metal-like finish. It features perforated ventilation holes all around the unit.
Rear inputs/outputs include four different USB ports
- One 40 Gbps Type C port
- Another at 10 Gbps
- A standard USB type A port at 10 Gbps
- Another standard-format USB 2
It also features two HDMI ports and a single 2.5 G Ethernet port for wired Internet connectivity.
Both Type-C ports feature DP-alt support. This enables the system to drive a total of four displays without external USB dongles or GPU docks.
- Two additional USB 10Gbps Type-A ports
- A combined headphone/microphone jack
- On the side, a full-size SD card reader
There are also two CPU options, including the eight-core Ryzen 7 7840HS and the eight-core Ryzen 9 7940HS. These are part of AMD’s high-performance Ryzen 7040 series, with Zen 4 processor cores, 16 MB L3 cache. In addition, the integrated graphics cards are RDNA3 but also feature AMD’s hardware-accelerated artificial intelligence solution, known as XDNA.
Pricing has not been announced, but details on these should be available once the system goes on sale, in theory next month.