NVISEN FU01 fanless mini PC is offered with a choice of Intel Core i3/i5/i7 Tiger Lake processors, fitted with up to 16GB RAM (upgradeable to 64GB), a 256GB or 512GB M.2 NVMe SSD, and the highlight of the computer is its 40Gbps Thunderbolt 4 port with 8K video output support.
The Tiger Lake system can drive up to three 4K displays with HDMI 2.0 and DisplayPort connectors adding to the Thunderbolt 4 port, offers Gigabit Ethernet and WiFi 5 connectivity, plus six USB 3.0/2.0 Type-A ports for expansion.
- SoC (one or the other)
- Intel Core i3-1115G4 dual-core processor @ 3.0GHz, up to 4.1GHz (Turbo) with Intel UHD graphics; 28W TDP
- Intel Core i5-1135G7 quad-core processor @ 2.4GHz, up to 4.2GHz (Turbo) with Intel Xe graphics; 28W TDP
- Intel Core i7-1165G7 quad-core processor @ 2.8GHz, up to 4.7GHz (Turbo) with Intel Xe graphics; 28W TDP
- System Memory & Storage
- Core i3 – 8GB DDR4. 256GB M.2 SSD
- Core i5/i7 – 16GB DDR4, 512GB M.2 SSD
- Note: the RAM is upgradeable up to 64GB on all systems, of course, you could also replace the M.2 SSD
- Video Output
- HDMI 2.0 up to 3840×2160 @ 60Hz
- DisplayPort up to 4096×2160 @ 60Hz
- Thunderbolt 4 up to 8Kp60
- Triple independent 4K display support
- Audio – 3.5mm headphone jack
- 1x Gigabit Ethernet RJ45 port (The company lists “Intel 8111F” controller, which should mean Realtek 8111F)
- WiFi 5 and Bluetooth 4.2
- USB – 4x USB 3.0 ports, 2x USB 2.0 port, 1x USB Type-C Thunderbolt 4 port with DisplayPort Alt Mode, up to 40 Gbps data rate
- Misc – Power button and LED
- Power Supply – DC 19V/3.42A 65W via DC jack
- Dimensions – 19.0 x 12.7 x 6.3 cm
The mini PC ships with a power supply with EU/US/UK plug adapters, as well as a wall-mounted bracket. Windows 11 Pro is preloaded on the machine, but the company says Ubuntu is also supported. Another feature is “auto-boot” more often referred to as “auto power on”, and we’re told the system is designed for 24/7 operation.
NVISEN FU01 fanless Tiger Lake mini PC can be purchased for $550 to $800 on Banggood with the price depending on the selected processor, as well as storage and memory options.
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