Asus VivoMini VC68V review

Asus has made mini systems for some time now, and regularly refreshes its line-up when new Intel parts become available.

The prior VC65 and VC66 both used Intel 6th-generation (Skylake) processors and chipsets, and now with Kaby Lake silicon available Asus has delivered the VC68V, a new flagship for its VivoMini series.

VivoMini machines are designed to be desk-friendly, or even VESA-mounted systems, enabling the user to enjoy the performance of a full desktop system in something distinctly more compact.

Depending on which options you go with, the Asus VivoMini VC68V can cost anywhere from £650 upwards, with the VC68V-G030Z as reviewed here retailing for about $799 in the US.

These are built to order systems, so pricing reflects what you ask Asus to pre-install and which of the layout options you take. We’d advise that you contact Asus sales for pricing information, as they’ll be able to cost specifically for your order.

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