BIOSTAR’s new Racing P1 Mini PC aimed at those looking to save space

by Radu Tyrsina
Radu Tyrsina
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When talking about computers, usually we tend to think about the two most commonly used solutions, namely laptops and desktops, or tablets. However, there are a lot of situations when neither one of these can fulfill the user’s needs, due to various reasons.

Let’s take, for example, someone that has a roommate and can’t afford to drag a big desktop PC into the already small room, but needs to get their work done for either school or work. In this case, a tablet PC wouldn’t do either, because tablets tend to focus more on casual entertainments and not be meant for extensive work which requires high levels of efficiency or productivity.

Situations like this are the queue for the latest device from BIOSTAR, the Racing PC P1 mini. The Racing P1 Mini offers what tablets and desktop or laptop PCs cannot, and that is high performance in a small shell. The main selling point of this device is its ability to occupy close to zero space, due to its very advantageous size, and also the level of compatibility it offers, with its rear side full of ports for various types of connections.

The Racing P1 Mini is computer that comes in a compact box shape, but packs enough punch to get your entire job done in an efficient manner. Users can connect it to either a monitor or a projector and check out all the media files stored on it, or work on their assignments with no hassle. It Is also the perfect tool for those that need a computer for work, but don’t actually need to take a computer to work with them, as it can be used to store important data and manipulate it once office hours are done.

The Racing P1 Mini comes with a quad processor that supplies the firepower, supported by 4 GB of RAM and a storage capacity of 64 GB. Its ports include USB 2.0 and 3.0, as well as Micro SDXC card reading capabilities, but also a Combo Jack for audio.


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