Thunderobot Combine Is A Console-Sized Mini-PC With A Actually Quick CPU & NVIDIA RTX 40 GPUs

Thunderobot Combine is an upcoming Mini-PC that provides a console-like gaming expertise by means of its compact design and top-notch specs.

Thunderobot MIX Mini-PC Comes With a Console-Like Design, High NVIDIA & Intel {Hardware}

Thunderobot is considerably of a regional firm, and its merchandise have not reached world retail channels but. The corporate had lately launched a Bumblebee 2023 high-end gaming laptop computer powered by NVIDIA’s flagship cell GPU, the GeForce RTX 4090.

Whereas the corporate hasn’t disclosed the specs but, we did report earlier that it’s going to function Intel thirteenth Gen HX CPUs and GeForce RTX 40 sequence GPUs. ITHome means that the MIX mini-PC will likely be obtainable in several configurations, with the choice of Intel’s i7-13620H and i9-13900H because the CPU and the GeForce RTX 4060 and RTX 4070 cell GPU. Thunderobot has disclosed that the mini-PC reaches as much as 140W in energy consumption.

Firms like ASUS and Minisforum have been comparatively late in integrating NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 40 sequence right into a mini-PC. Nonetheless, there may be causes behind it, the first ones being exorbitant prices and reservations within the thermals division. Though it’s stated that ASUS is engaged on a next-gen “ROG NUC” lineup of mini-PC, which is predicted to incorporate top-tier specs however but once more, that may also come at a premium value.

Thunderobot has additionally launched a teaser for the MIX mini-PC on their official Weibo channel. Design-wise, the mini-PC appears to be like glorious, providing a futuristic look that appears smaller than the Sony PS5 and Xbox Sequence X consoles.

The official pricing of Thunderobot “MIX” Mini PC is but to be disclosed, though it’s stated that it will retail at round 6000 RMB or USD $836.59 (base configuration), which is a good price contemplating the specs. The corporate plans to unveil additional details about the product within the upcoming days, so hold following our coverages.

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