Hyundai produces some great cars but here’s something you probably didn’t know: it also produces loads of electronics and has just launched its new Mini PC line.

As its name implies, this device is tiny, measuring just 6.47-inches long, 5.31-inches wide, a 1.25-inches high, meaning it isn’t much bigger than an old-school portable hard drive from ten years ago. Shoppers shouldn’t expect the Mini PC to deliver the kind of processing power to easily edit 4K video and play high-definition games but it could prove useful for those who are looking for a compact PC that can handle most everyday tasks.

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Toms Hardware notes that the new Mini PC from Hyundai features an Intel Celeron N4020 processor usually found in inexpensive notebooks. This is a 6-watt chip and has two cores, two threads, 2.8 GHz, up to 8GM of RAM, and UHD Graphics 600. It is also passively cooled, perfect for a PC of this size. Entry-level variants have 4GM RAM and 64 GB of storage.

The Mini PC also features HDMI and VGA sockets, two USB 2, two USB 3, and a single Type-C, and a Micro SD slot. It comes with Windows 10 Pro and is available to purchase online for $149.

On other Hyundai-related news, the South Korean car manufacturer recently announced that it is continuing to develop hydrogen fuel-cells for its vehicles, while also developing a host of battery-electric vehicles.

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