Minisforum V3 tablet will be equipped with AMD “Hawk Point” APU

Recently, Minisforum orchestrated an event to unveil its inaugural Windows 11 tablet offering, the V3, endowed with AMD’s Ryzen processor, capitalizing on the Ryzen AI engine to execute a myriad of artificial intelligence tasks. As reported by Wccftech, the V3 tablet is set to be equipped with the novel AMD Ryzen 8000 series APU, codenamed “Hawk Point”, with a TDP ranging between 22-28W, promising unparalleled performance and energy efficiency.

Hawk Point represents an optimized iteration built upon the extant Phoenix chipset, embodying a refined version of its 4nm process. The CPU component steadfastly retains the Zen 4 architecture, boasting up to 8 cores. However, the GPU is poised for an upgrade to the RDNA 3.5/3+ architecture, equipped with up to 12 CUs. The XDNA architecture AI engine will undergo further enhancements, with its debut anticipated around the CES extravaganza in 2024.

Gleaning from the data currently at hand, the V3 tablet brandishes a 14-inch LCD display with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 and a refresh rate of 165Hz. It supports touch interaction and a stylus, further accentuated by a DP-in video input capability, allowing it to serve as a portable monitor. Its ports include two USB 4 slots, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and an SD UHS-II card reader. A fingerprint sensor is artfully integrated into the power button, accompanied by a 5-megapixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front camera, bolstering its security and convenience with Windows Hello facial recognition. The tablet supports Wi-Fi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2. An immersive auditory experience is assured with two tweeter speakers and two woofer speakers. Additionally, it’s compatible with the MPP2.0 stylus technology, providing sensitivity up to 4096 pressure levels, and is powered by a 50Wh internal battery.

Aesthetically, the Minisforum V3 tablet exudes a minimalist yet sophisticated business flair and is projected to grace the market in the first quarter of 2024.