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    AMD helps OEMS create a Ryzen Embedded mini PC ecosystem

    To start with it has four partners making mini PCs for industrial, media, and enterprise.
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    Re: AMD helps OEMS create a Ryzen Embedded mini PC ecosystem

    Tbh, the v1605B (and in turn the v1807B) is a really impressive embedded CPU.

    Would like to see more of these NUCs as they seem to be doing the performance checkboxes, we just need the features on the NUCs themselves to stay at a competitive level!

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    Re: AMD helps OEMS create a Ryzen Embedded mini PC ecosystem

    v good first steps ... lets hope they really can compete with iNTEl in the nUc market.

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    Re: AMD helps OEMS create a Ryzen Embedded mini PC ecosystem

    I have been looking to get a new tiny pc for ages but they never quite seen to match what I want.

    Lately they have been getting closer in many ways, but nowadays they are missing one requirement which is important to me for tidyness.

    Having a standard audio jack on the back.

    Sure I want at least a headset jack on the front for that or a mic, but I don't want to run a permanently there cable making it messy.

    Then there are never enough usb ports. I want two on the front minimum at Lear one usb 3. On the back I need 4 absolute minimum.

    Mouse
    Keyboard
    Webcam
    External hdd

    But then I might have need for

    Printer
    Usb hub
    Bluetooth dongle
    WiFi dongle.

    There is plenty of space in these things for more usb. They also waste a lot on video connections. display ports will do you can get converter cables or dongles easy enough cheaply to keep it tidy.

    Also I want an m2 slot for an SSD and a space for a 2.5 inch HDD. Thankfully this is a lot more common than a couple of years ago.

    The audio though, that seems to be getting even worse.

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