Lenovo Xiaoxin mini host will be released on April 28, the official release of a number of warm-up posters, introducing the performance and internal structure of this mini host.
In terms of performance, the i5-13500H and i7-13700H processors Cinebench scored higher than the i5-13400 desktop processor and also higher than the Apple M2 Pro.
For expandability, the mini host has dual memory slots and dual SSD slots inside, with an official configuration of 32GB of memory and a 1TB SSD.
In terms of cooling, this mini mainframe has built-in dual fans, one for CPU cooling and the other for built-in power supply cooling, officially weighing less than 30dB(A) of load noise.
Lenovo released this IdeaCentre mini mainframe overseas in January this year, only 1L in size, equipped with a 13th generation Core H series processor, a built-in 150W power supply. In terms of interfaces, this mini-host has USB 3.2, USB-C and audio ports on the front and a 2.5G network port, dual USB-3.2, USB 2.0, Thunderbolt 4, HDMI 2.1 and DP 1.4 ports on the rear.