Sunday, August 22nd 2021

MSI Announces Cubi N Mini PCs Powered by Intel "Jasper Lake"

MSI, a world leader in high-performance and innovative computing solutions, announced the Cubi N JSL Business & Productivity PC. Featuring small chassis, powerful processor, exclusive software, and various IO ports, the Cubi N is designed with efficiency and productivity in mind.

The Cubi N mini PC kit with 0.5L in size is ready to defy your imagination. The tiny design allows you to have a well-organized and efficient working space without limiting your capability of being productive and effective. Equipping Intel Jasper Lake Processor built on 10 nm "Tremont" delivers up to 30% IPC performance boost that improves your computing experience while working. It provides better performance for users while scalability, durability, VESA Mount support, and upgradable design that is time-saving and space-saving allow users to use it in any kind of situation. The low noise and power-saving features provide users a better quality of life and can even avoid bothering others in the same space including office, home, or dormitory.
Decide The Way You Work Productively
To make the Cubi N suitable for your different using scenarios, MSI exclusive software - MSI Center is what you need. Users can allocate computing resources based on their needs and avoid unnecessary system workload. Additionally, WiFi 6 technology and USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-A ports with speeds up to 20 Gbps can help reduce the time for data transfer and make your work and online conference call smoother and faster. What's more, Cubi N features FW TPM that provides you a safer environment for your business idea so you won't have to worry about information security problems.
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3 Comments on MSI Announces Cubi N Mini PCs Powered by Intel "Jasper Lake"

#1
dyonoctis
Cool product, but they really had to (poorly) photoshop the product into some stock hands ? I guess that when you have such a big product stack, hiring a real product photographer cost too much...
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TheUn4seen
dyonoctisCool product, but they really had to (poorly) photoshop the product into some stock hands ? I guess that when you have such a big product stack, hiring a real product photographer cost too much...
This annoys me as well. The companies want to make it look smaller than in reality - it's listed as 116 x 112 x 45mm, but to fit on the palm of my hand like in the picture it would have to be half this size.
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bonehead123
btarunrexclusive software
Hummm.....cute little box, but I wonder what exactly this is supposed to mean ?
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