HaxMini: Mini-PC arrives on Kickstarter for between US$499 and US$899
HaxMini has launched its eponymous mini-PC on Kickstarter, under a week after the company unveiled the mini-PC. Apparently, the HaxMini was '100% funded in 2 hours', although it is worth noting that HaxMini set a low pledge goal of US$1,500.
Currently, the HaxMini starts at US$499 with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. This is the mini-PC's Super Early Bird price though, which HaxMini has restricted to 100 backers. The price will then rise to US$549 for the next 200 backers and to US$599 once those spots have been filled out.
Similarly, HaxMini offers the 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage configuration for US$699 to the first 100 backers. This configuration will cost US$849 to the next 200 early birds and US$899 for everyone who misses these prices.
Both configurations only come with the Intel Core i5-8305G, a Kaby Lake-G processor that is also available in the Hystou F9. The Core i5-8305G features an AMD Radeon RX Vega M GL GPU, for reference. The HaxMini has plenty of ports too, including four video outputs and RJ45.
HaxMini hopes to ship its mini-PC in February 2022. As always, this is only an estimated delivery that can change. HaxMini will only ship to certain countries, too.