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    I know its Not Intel: T-bao MN25 Windows 10 Mini PC AMD Ryzen 5 2500U Radeon Vega 8 Graphics HDMI+DP:

    Windows based PC:
    T-bao MN25 Windows 10 Mini PC AMD Ryzen 5 2500U Radeon Vega 8 Graphics HDMI+DP:






    Specification

    General Brand: TBOOK
    Type: MN25
    Hardware Operating System: Windows 10
    CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2500U, Quad Core,2.0GHz,Up to 3.6GHz
    GPU: RadeonTM Vega 8 Graphics
    RAM: Varies
    ROM: Varies
    SSD: Supports 2.5 inch SATA SSD x 1
    Communication Ethernet : Support RJ45 10/100/1000M
    Wireless: WIFI 802.11 b/g/n/ac+BT 4.1
    Interface 2*USB2.0
    4*USB3.0
    1*HDMI
    1*DP
    1*3.5mm standard headphone jack
    ?1*5.5MM power connector
    Power Power Adapter: DC 19V/3.42A
    Power Output: AC 100-240V 50/60Hz
    Dimensions & Weight Package weight: 1.2 kg
    Product size (L x W x H): 12.8 x 12.8 x 5.0 cm
    Package Contents 1 x Mini P
    1 x Power Adapter

    3 models to Choose (Ram specs only)
    4GB DDR4 128GB
    8GB DDR4 256GB
    16GB DDR4 512GB

    T-bao MN25 4GB/128GB NVME SSD Windows 10 Mini PC
    $369.99 after coupon:4VFS7CXO [CN Warehouse]


    T-bao MN25 8GB/256GB NVME SSD Windows 10 Mini PC
    $399.99 after coupon:4VFS6HPP [CN Warehouse]


    T-bao MN25 16GB/512GB NVME SSD Windows 10 Mini PC
    $459.99 after coupon:4VFS33IP [CN Warehouse]


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    A good 2 year old Ryzen APU that was made for laptops in this unit. These would be great if they didn't solder the ram like is normally case with Chinese Mini-PC, and if they came with 2-Sodimm slots so you can pick your Ram. As a budget barebones unit that didn't come with ram, SSD, or Operating System; sold at around $150 to $175 these would be very good kits to buy. Building with the storage and ram of my choice I would probably well exceed this retail price, but if the PC can handle 64GB of ram why not shove it in.

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