Guess, what will happen if you get Intel’s Next Unit of Computing (NUC), by changing your old chassis with a “Zen design” which has SonicMaster speakers installed in the device, and trade off the built in Wifi card for one that supports 802.11ac? Outcome will be Asus’ slim, sleek and classy VivoPC.
In fact Vivo PC is more superior looking NUC with a few fascinating advancements, in all fairness to some extent it’s also a larger box. Intel’s NUC measures 4.59 inches by 1.55 inches, while the VivoPC measures 7.48 inches by 2.21 inches. Indeed it’s a bigger device; nevertheless we wouldn’t categorize any other one as “big” like it.
Moreover, from inside there is packed aluminum chassis with Intel processor along with Intel HD integrated graphics. ASUS hasn’t publicized the platform explicit aspects but wait and cross your fingers for Haswell. VivoPC has the facet of supporting single 3.5 inch or 2.5 inch SATA 6Gps storage device, additionally it incorporate two DDR3 SO-DIMM slots supporting up to 16GB of RAM, two USB 3.0 ports, four USB 2.0 ports, 10/100 Ethernet LAN, HDMI output, a VGA port and audio jacks. If you to get access to the guts of the device simply slide the top off.
Availability of Vivo PC is ensured in third quarter of 2013. Still Asus hasn’t answered the most fundamental question about the cost, reason being the specs are still to be finalized.
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Source: ASUS | News Archive