HUNSN BM34: Fanless mini PC debuts from US$200 with eight USB ports
Chinese manufacturer HUNSN has just released a new fanless mini PC. The HUNSN BM34 comes with a 1-liter aluminum enclosure that doubles as a heatsink and can be VESA mounted behind a monitor.
Powering the mini PC is an Intel N100 processor. Part of the company's Alder Lake-N lineup, it features four Gracemont cores without hyperthreading support and a 3.4 GHz maximum frequency. Users also get a DDR4 SODIMM slot for up to 16 GB of RAM, an M.2 SSD slot, an mSATA slot, and room for a 2.5-inch SATA storage drive.
Connectivity is rather impressive for a machine of this size. It includes eight USB-A ports (two capable of 5 Gbps, with the rest limited to 480 Mbps), two Gigabit LAN connectors, DisplayPort, two HDMI ports, and a couple of 3.5 mm audio jacks. Additionally, there's WiFi 5 and Bluetooth 4.2 support thanks to a built-in wireless card.
The HUNSN BM34 is already available on Amazon in a slew of configurations. The barebone version goes for US$199.99, while the variant with 16 GB of RAM, a 1 TB SSD, and Windows 11 Pro preinstalled will set users back US$309.99.