Asus is set to release a series of new entry-level PCs called VivoMini this November, with a range of specs and processors.
The mini PC box will be available with either an Intel Celeron 2957U Processor, an Intel Core i3-4030U Processor or an Intel Core i5-4210U Processor.
The range of Vivos will also feature Intel HD graphics, while the UN42-M015Y model comes with 100GB of free Windows OneDrive and is compatible with Windows 8.1.
However, as the VivoMini does not come with any internal storage or a wireless card it cannot be used as a standalone PC by connecting it to a display.
The four models do, however, come with a variety of USB ports, HDMI and DisplayPort, Ethernet jacks, full and half-sized PCIe card slots inside the case and an m.SATA connector for storage and wireless cards.
An Asus spokesperson told PCR the pricing will range between £199.99 to £289.99 depending on the model and its specs, and will be available towards the end of November.
You can check out the video of the new VivoMini here: