Lenovo launched IdeaCentre Mini PC

Lenovo launched its own mini-computer called IdeaCentre Mini, powered by Intel’s 13th generation Core processors. IdeaCentre Mini has two processor configuration specifications, equipped with 12-core Core i5-13500H or 14-core Core i7-13700H processors respectively. However, Intel has not officially released the two mobile processors, Core i5-13500H and Core i7-13700H.

According to Videocardz, IdeaCentre Mini has a body volume of 1L, the overall color is designed in cloud gray, the body size is 19.5 × 19.1 × 3.9 cm, and the weight is 1.8kg. According to reports, its product positioning is designed for content creation and entertainment. It adopts the 13th generation Core Intel CPU series, no independent graphics card, built-in Iris Xe graphics card, and supports up to 2 SO-DIMM DDR4 memory, and two PCIe4.0 solid-state drives.

In terms of interfaces, the front of the IdeaCentre Mini has a USB 3.2Gen2 interface, a USB 3.2Gen2 Type-C interface, and a Combo Audio audio interface. The back of the fuselage has a 2.5G LAN (RJ45) network port, supports Bluetooth 5.2/5.0 and WIFI6 (802.11 ax), and has 2 USB 3.2Gen2 port, 1 USB 2.0 port, 1 Thunderbolt 4.0 port,  and one HDMI2.1 and one DP 1.4b display output interface. In addition, IdeaCentre Mini has a built-in 150W power supply, which is not common on minicomputers.

Lenovo said that the new generation of IdeaCentre Mini with the 13th generation Core processor is priced at $649.99, and is expected to be available in the second quarter of 2023.