MOREFINE launched the M9 mini PC, equipped with N100 or N200 processors

Intel released many new products at CES 2023, including 65W/35W 13th-generation Core desktop processors, 13th-generation Core mobile processors, and N-series processors for entry-level computing. It was previously reported that some manufacturers launched notebook computers equipped with Intel N-series low-power processors. Recently, MOREFINE launched the M9 mini PC, equipped with N100 or N200 processors.

The appearance of the M9 mini PC is similar to that of an Intel NUC, with a size of 11.2×104.1×40.6mm and a volume of about 0.5L. The “MOREFINE” logo is printed on the top of the machine, and there are ventilation grids on the left and right sides of the machine. The Intel N100 processor uses a 7nm process technology. The core architecture is the Gracemont architecture of the same model as the Alder Lake series processor E-Core, with a four-core four-thread design, an acceleration frequency of 3.4GHz, an L3 cache of 6MB, a TDP of 6W, an integrated graphic specification of 24EU, and a frequency of 750MHz. The acceleration frequency of the N200 processor is 3.7GHz, the integrated graphic specification is 32EU, and the frequency is also 750MHz. Other parameters are basically the same as those of the N100.

The machine has two DDR4 SO-DIMM memory slots that support up to 32GB of memory, a 2280 specification PCIe 3.0 x2 M.2 slot, and a 2242 specification M.2 slot, and only supports SATA protocol solid-state drives. The M9 is pre-installed with the AX201 wireless network card, which supports WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.2.

In terms of interfaces, the M9 has two USB3.2 Gen 2 Type-A interfaces on the front, two USB3.2 Gen 2 Type-A interfaces on the rear, two HDMI 2.0 interfaces, a 2.5G network port, and a 3.5mm audio interface. A power hole, with a power adapter power of 36W.

M9 has been officially launched, and currently, only the N100 processor version is available, with up to 32GB memory and a 2TB solid-state hard drive. The barebone version costs $203, and the 32GB memory plus 2TB SSD version costs $530.