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Equipped with Core i9-12900H, the cheapest 100,000 yen mini PC appears in Kurafan[Morefine S600]

“Morefine S600” mini pc with Core i9-12900H installed in gaming laptops etc with 14 cores 20 threads started crowdfunding with Indiegogo.

Morefine is a Chinese company that sells mini computers through cross-border e-commerce.

Of course, you can’t expect support from a major manufacturer, but the cheapest Super Early Bird is $669 (97,338 yen), just under 100,000 yen. However, since it is barebones, RAM and storage are not installed. The 32GB / 500GB SSD version is 125,913 yen. In addition, the Core i9-12900HK version is also available as an option.

If you have extra RAM and an SSD with the operating system, you might be able to get a good deal.

RAM up to 64 GB. It has two DDR4-3200 SO-DIMM slots. The main body weight is 1 kg.

There are two storage slots: the M.2 2280 that supports PCIe 4.0 NVMe and the M.2 2280 that supports PCIe 3.0 NVMe. In addition, 2.5 inches SATA as well.

It also has a radiator and fan, and the power supply is 180W.

Ports are HDMI2.0 x1, DP1.4 x1, Wired LAN x2, 3.5mm headphone jack, USB3.2 Type-A x4, USB2.0 Type-A x2, USB Type-C x1. Although it is not equipped with Thunderbolt, USB-C can be used for video output as it supports DP Alt mode. Combined with HDMI and DP, you will be able to output 3 screens.

In addition, it supports Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2 wirelessly.

IndiegogoThis pageCentral cola fan.

Since it is crowdfunding, there is a risk that even if invested, the product will not be delivered, support will not be provided, and in the worst case, nothing will be returned.

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