AMD has launched the 4th-generation Ryzen 4000 APU, codenamed “Renoir-U,” and the ASUS PN miniseries, which has been popular for the past year, receiving an update that also features AMD’s latest Ryzen CPU.
The ASUS PN50 Mini PC we are testing has the AMD Ryzen 5 4500U APU, the hard drive offers one M.2 slot and one 2.5″ drive slot. It comes with a WIFI6 (802.11ax) network card and USB 3.2 (10 Gbps) port on the rear. It’s worth mentioning that the entire 4th generation is integrated with the Radeon VEGA 7th Gen ‘Renoir’ Core Display, support up to 4 external 4K monitors for simultaneous operation, which won’t disappoint in terms of performance.
So let’s dig in the details.
ASUS PN50 Tech Specs from Official Website
The main look of the PN50 – In terms of form, the ASUS PN50 uses a brushed aluminum finish with a modern design, measuring 115mm in length and width and just 49mm in height, while weighing just 700 grams, making it incredibly lightweight
The mini PC front side – 1 x Mic/Headphone combo jack, 1 x USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-C(quick charge, DP), 1 x USB3.2 Gen1 Type-A, 1 x 3-in-1 Micro SD Card Reader, 1 x Consumer Infrared Sensor, SSD status indicator, 2 x microphone, Power button
Run-time Benchmark Test
The Configurable Port(this model includes the VGA port module), this module can be changed at any time. The optional accessories include 4 interfaces, 2 of which are video outputs(VGA/DP),1 com port and 1 network port(Intel® WGI211AT LAN)
There is no doubt that PCs in the future will lean into the miniaturisation trend, not only laptops, desktop devices will also be extremely thin through technical means, you won’t need a massive desktop to pack a punch. Reducing office space waste, small footprint, low power consumption, low maintenance costs while still living up to performance expectations is a huge selling point for this product!
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ASUS PN50 OFFICIAL WEBSITE: HERE