Aftershock goes after office users with its new Vision Mini PC
Aftershock is hoping to woo more than just gamers now. The company today announced the Vision Mini PC, the first of a new range of productivity and workstation systems. They’ll eventually cater to a wide range of use cases, including basic office usage, multimedia home usage, or raw compute performance.
The Vision Mini takes advantage of Intel’s mini-STX motherboard form factor, measuring a diminutive 155 x 155 x 80mm. However, even though it just about fits in the palm of your hand, it’s still fully upgradeable with support for socketed LGA1151 CPUs.
You can configure it with up to an Intel 8th-generation Core i7 processor, 32GB of DDR4-2666 memory, and one M.2 PCIe SSD and one 2.5-inch HDD.
It also offers 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth capabilities and plenty of connectivity and display output options. Furthermore, it will support dual external monitors, with D-Sub, HDMI, and DisplayPort outputs.
Finally, Aftershock has an optional VESA mount kit that lets you attach the Vision Mini to any VESA-compatible wall mount, monitor, or even articulating arms to free up more space on your desk.
The Vision Mini starts at S$621 and will be available to buy at COMEX 2018.