VivoMini VC65R G039M i5 6400T
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Barebone - RAM, OS, HDD not included;CPU: Intel 6th generation Core i5-6400T Processor;Graphic: Intel HD Integrated Graphics;Back I/O Ports4 x USB 3.01 x HDMI-Out1 x VGA(D-Sub)-Out1 x RJ45 LAN1 x COM Port(Serial Port)1 x Kensington Lock1 x Display1 x Power input2 x Audio Jack(s) (Mic in/Headphone out)
This is a review of the product, not the inconsistent information about it on Amazon.
I've had good luck in the past with both an ASUS desktop and laptop machine, this was no exception. Desktop power in a super small, reasonably priced, tastefully designed package. I added 16GB of Crucial RAM, a Samsung 850 EVO 250GB m.2 SSD, a Seagate 1TB Firecuda SATA-6 2.5" SSHD, and Windows 10 Pro. Screws and bracketing for both drives were provided with the computer. The machine included a plug-in Intel 7265 dual band wireless AC card w/ Bluetooth, which works well with my wireless router and Bluetooth Logitech keyboard and Microsoft mouse. The outer case is high-quality plastic. The fan is extremely quiet and both the computer and wall power supply run relatively cool (this machine is mostly used for productivity / entertainment, I'm not pushing it particularly hard). I'm driving an older 17" LCD monitor from the computer's HDMI port with an HDMI to DVI adapter.
The specs say the max size for the m.2 and 2.5" drives are 250 GB and 1 TB, respectively. I'm not sure what determined those limits, I suspect that's just what was available when the documentation was written. The 2.5" drive I added was the thinner 7mm variety, it's possible one of the thicker, higher-capacity drives might not fit, but I'd guess there is plenty of room.
The most difficult part of getting this running was installing the 2.5" drive, which requires routing a long piece of flex print and attaching it to a tiny, cramped connector on the motherboard. The minimal documentation was necessary and adequate. I installed Win10 to the m.2 SSD and used the Win10 Disk Management utility to partition/format the 2.5" hard drive so it would be seen by Windows. It shipped with the original BIOS which was several revs out of date, I downloaded the latest from the ASUS web site and upgraded it. All drivers were installed through the normal course of installing Windows, I haven't yet had a need to update any of them.
It comes with the VESA mount, which I used to mount the unit upside-down under a kitchen cabinet. It's not really designed to hang upside-down but seems plenty strong enough. I added a stop so it couldn't slide out of the VESA mount when pulling USB cables out.