Xiaomi has already made a foray into Windows systems by releasing laptops for content creators and gamers. Intel and NVIDIA hardware were commonly used to power these systems. Xiaomi, on the other hand, looks to be planning the release of two small form-factor PCs powered by AMD hardware.
Both devices may have been part of the Xiaomi Mi 13 launch event; however, it was postponed due to unknown causes. Along with the new high-end phone series, Xiaomi had planned to introduce their first Mini-PCs systems, some of which were demonstrated to a select group of individuals.
The system seen above appears to be a Network Attached Storage, with no internal hardware installed besides the power supply. This barebones chassis includes a modest 100W SFF power supply. It is unclear whether the system supports Intel or AMD hardware because there is no motherboard connected; however, it does look to accept a 2-slot desktop GPU. However, a higher strong supply will be necessary for this.
Most notably, the system runs the Windows operating system. The marketing materials validate this, as does the built-in screen, which shows a Win+M shortcut. In addition, there is a Mini-PC featuring an AMD Ryzen 7 6800H APU. This is a 45W processor with developed RDNA2 Radeon 680M graphics. It is said to cost 2999 RMB (427 USD) without storage or memory and 3999 RMB (569 USD) with 16GB DDR5 RAM and 512GB storage. Xiaomi has not yet acknowledged whether such systems are in the works.