Minisforum UM790 Pro and UM780 Pro mini PCs introduced

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Based on Ryzen 7040

Minisforum has unveiled what it claims to be the world’s first mini PC based on the Phoenix Ryzen 7040 processors.  

Minisforum UM790 Pro
Minisforum UM790 Pro

The mini PCs are named UM790 Pro and UM780 Pro. In general, this is the same model, but the first version is based on the Ryzen 9 7940HS, and the second received the Ryzen 7 7840HS. At the same time, technically, these are the closest APUs, so you can talk about new products as one new model. 

Minisforum UM790 Pro and UM780 Pro mini PCs introduced

In addition to the most modern consumer x86-compatible CPUs in terms of process technology, and Ryzen data, we recall, are manufactured using a 4 nm process technology, mini-PCs offer two slots for DDR5-5600 RAM, two slots for M.2 2280 SSD format, Wi-Fi Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, a pair of HDMI 2.1 ports, a pair of USB4, RJ45 (2.5Gb) and USB 3.2 Gen2 (x4). There is no data on the dimensions yet, but the photographs show that these are very compact devices. 

Minisforum UM790 Pro
Minisforum UM790 Pro

Separately, the manufacturer notes the new Cold Wave 2.0 cooling system with two fans: one for the processor and the second for the SSD. Of course, the company also focuses on gaming features. The APUs listed are equipped with the Radeon 780M iGPU, which is capable of a lot for an integrated graphics core. The same is used in the Asus ROG Ally console. 

There are no clear data on prices yet. The UM790 Pro will reportedly sell for $550 in an unknown configuration, but will drop to $400 later. Plus, the UM780 Pro should be cheaper.   

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