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Xiaomi launches Ningmei CR100 Mini Desktop CPU

Xiaomi launched a desktop computer called the Ningmei CR100 Mini Desktop CPU through its group company Ningmei. It is a personal computer that is characterized by a weight of 760g with Intel J4105 as the processor.

Xiaomi Ningmeii CR100 Mini Desktop CPU processor is an octa-core Intel J4105 with8GB of RAM (DDR4) and 256GB SSD.

Small desktop PCs like the Ningmei CR100 Mini Desktop CPU are sometimes referred to as small desktops because of their appearance, but the size of 192 x 188 x 54mm and the weight of 760g are very big features.

Xiaomi Ningmei CR100
Xiaomi Ningmei CR100

Although it is a small desktop, it has the same interface in addition to the specification performance that is not much different from a regular desktop computer.

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From four USB 3.0 terminals to VGA, HDMI, headphone and audio, and wired LAN terminals, we have front. Two USB 3.0 terminals are installed on the rear surface, headphone audio terminal, and USB Type-C terminal is installed in the SD card slot. In addition to these interfaces, there are also built-in speakers.

Xiaomi Ningmei CR100
Xiaomi Ningmei CR100

From terminals that are in demand for offices such as VGA, it is a major advantage of the Ningmei CR100 Mini Desktop CPU that is equipped to cover terminals that have grown over the last few years, such as USB Type-C.

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Xiaomi Ningmei CR100 cost around 1,499 yuan (~$211), but until June 30, wireless keyboards and mice are also sold as packages for 1,399 yuan. It is currently available for sales in China, and no plans for global expansion have been announced.

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Small desktops are mainly available from manufacturers such as DELL, Lenovo and CHUWI, but Xiaomi’s new ride will broaden the range of user choices.

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