The MinisForum X400 is one of the latest in the line of Ryzen Mini PC’s from MinisForum, the makers of popular mini computers such as the DMAF5 and the H31. The X400 is similar to the latter in that it features a desktop APU, rather than a lower-power laptop CPU.
Powered by the AMD Ryzen 3 Pro 4350G APU w/ Vega 6 Graphics, alongside with up to 32GB of dual channel DDR4 PC3200 RAM, the X400 is capable of handling both work and play with surprising effectiveness, making it a great choice for a home office PC, HTPC, or mass-deployed enterprise PC solution.
For storage, the X400 features a lightning-fast PCI-e NVMe SSD up to 1TB. Should this not be enough, you can further expand your storage via a 2242 M.2 SATA SSD, 2.5 inch SATA drive, and even a microSD card (up to 128GB).
The DisplayPort and HDMI ports present on the device enable the X400 Ryzen mini PC to run dual 4k displays for increased productivity.
At only 154×153×62mm and approximately 1.9kg, the X400 mini computer is only about 1/25th the size of a conventional desktop computer yet sacrifices minimal performance in doing so.
The X400 features a variety of ports. With three USB 3.1 Gen 2 ports (supporting speeds of up to 10Gbps), you’ll have plenty of space to connect your devices. Plus with four dedicated audio connectors (Line IN, MIC OUT, HP OUT, front-facing 3.5mm audio jack), you can connect a more comprehensive audio system with ease.
Between the WiFi6, Bluetooth 5.1 and dual Gigabit Ethernet ports, no matter if you prefer wireless or wired connections, the X400 has you covered.