GMKtec NucBox K4 Is The First AMD Ryzen 9 7940HS Mini PC Shipped Globally

NucBox K4

The world is holding its breath waiting to get its hands on the latest AMD Ryzen 9 7940HS Mini PCs. And GMKtec is the first brand manufacturer, that has the finished products ready to be shipped to their customers. The product in question is the new GMKtec NucBox K4 model and the specs are looking very juicy. Paired with a very affordable pricing this will probably be quite a hit.

It was first sold on their official website on June 14th, and some have already shipped to their customers. There are 2 options available, barebone one and the 32GB RM+1TB SSD variant. Right now, there are 4th anniversary (2019 June–2023 June) sales on their website, so the discounted price for the barebone option is $519 and the 32+1TB option is just $689. And the shipping batches with 32GB of RAM and 1TB of SSD have just arrived on Amazon JP and started selling as well. Amazon US will get the stocks most likely by the end June.

NucBox K4

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GMKtec NucBox K4 main features

  • AMD Ryzen 9 7940HS Mobile Processors with Radeon Graphics 8C/16T, 4nm, 4.0G clock, MAX 5.2G; 512M L1/ 8M L2/16 MB L3 Cache, TDP 35~54W |
  • AMD Radeon 780M, 12 Core 2800 MHz Graphics Frequency, AMD RONA 3 graphics architecture | 
  • 32GB shipped, SO-DIMM*2, DDR5 5600, max 64GB|
  • 1TB shipped, PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280, max 2TB (supports PCIe 4.0) | Window 11 Pro (installed), supports Linux |
  • BT 5.2/WiFi 6 RZ608 |
  • 3 displays–HDMI 2.1*2 (4096×2160@60Hz) / type-c*1 USB4.0, up to 40Gbps, supports USB PD+DP1.4 function |
  • USB-A 3.2 (Gen2*1 10Gbps) *3/ USB2.0*1/ HDMI 2.1 (4K@60Hz)*2/ 1* Type-C full-featured /Giga LAN (RJ45) 2.5G *1|
  • Window 11 Pro (installed), supports Linux
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So are you excited and primed ready for this new mini PC beast ? Then you should grab one from the official website or Amazon, depending on your location. And stay tuned for more information, just in case some extra promo deals would pop-up. Because this piece is certainly worth it.

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