We already have available in stores the mini PC MINISFORUM HM50 that includes an AMD Ryzen 5 4500U chip and is now also available in barbone version, i.e. without RAM and storage unit.
The new MINISFORUM HM50 debuts the Hexa Core AMD Ryzen 5 4500U a chip that has a very balanced performance and low power consumption that make it very suitable for a desktop PC. This new Minisforum arrives in a small size case, 149.6×149.6×55.5 mm, with a typical design of this brand, but this time allows the inclusion of up to 2 SATA3 2.5 mm storage drives. We are also positively attention to some details such as its RJ45 Gigabit Gaming 2.5G network port, its Wifi 6 and the inclusion of Windows 10 Pro as OS.
The MINISFORUM HM50 is a very interesting solution for day-to-day use that will allow us to run any program smoothly and even run quite a few games at a decent graphics quality.
Processor, RAM and storage
The MINISFORUM HM50 mini PC features the AMD Ryzen 5 4500U APU that includes 6 physical cores and 6 threads capable of reaching 4.0 GHz in turbo mode, its base frequency is 2.3 GHz and the TDP of 15 W. The GPU is an AMD Radeon Vega 6 that reaches 1500 GHz. In terms of memory and storage we have versions with 16 GB of RAM DDR4 in Dual Channel and a PCie NVMe 2280 SSD 256/512 GB capacity that we can easily replace. We also find 2 bays for two 2.5-inch SATA3 storage drives.
Connectivity and other specifications
Inside this mini PC we have in the field of wireless connectivity a Wifi 6 AX200 adapter and Bluetooth 5.1 with internal antenna. On the perimeter of the case we have 4 USB 3.0 ports, two USB 3.1 Gen2, a USB Type-C Gen2 for data, video and charging, 2 3.5 mm audio jacks, a RJ45 Gigabit network connector, another Gigabit 2.5 G, HDMI 2.0 video output ports with 4K@60 HDR support and another DisplayPort also with support for UHD resolutions.
Pricing and availability
- The new MINISFORUM HM50 can be purchased from Banggood.com and Geekbuying.com online stores only for $593.99 (€506.18) with shipping and taxes included in its Barebone version without RAM and storage.