Flash deal alert: AMD Minisforum UM250 mini desktop has dropped to $ 440


Some people don’t have room for a big, bulky desk. Others just want the enhanced portability of a miniature PC. Whatever your situation, the point is, size matters, and sometimes less is more. We understand this, as does the Minisforum, which has a tiny desktop PC on sale for just $ 440 right now. That’s $ 110 off its regular price for a total savings of 20%.

To find out why you should care about a $ 440 mini PC, here’s what’s in it: It’s a fully AMD-driven platform with Vega 8 Graphics, a Ryzen 5 Pro 2500U (advertised as clocked up to at 3.6 GHz), 16 GB of DDR4 RAM and a 512 GB SSD. Not to mention that it supports Wi-Fi 6. And even with its small size, it still manages a good number of ports, in particular one HDMI 2.0 port, DisplayPort, one USB-C port, one Ethernet port, one 3.5mm audio jack, and a few USB 3.0 slots.

Dimensionally speaking, the small PC packs all of the above hardware into a 128m × 127mm × 46mm frame, keeping well and tight for your computing pleasure. Plus, it comes with HDMI and DisplayPort cables, which not all PCs bother to include even though they are needed to use the system.

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Bigger isn’t always better, especially with PCs and their, uh, cases. That’s why Minisforum’s tiny AMD-powered powerhouse is a great deal for those looking to stay on a budget.

$ 440 at Amazon

Here’s the thing: This deal is a flash deal on Amazon, which means you only have a few hours to give Jeff Bezos your money or face the threat of having to pay. even more. So act fast or watch this deal die a cold, loveless death! Also, if you want some background on Minisforum (in case you don’t know them), be aware that they are one of the few companies that offer North American consumers a way to buy faulty PS5 APUs.

And in case you want a PC with more power (cue Palpatine gif), check out the best pre-built Black Friday gaming PC deals.

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