ASRock releases Jupiter 600 series mini-PCs

The ASRock Jupiter 600 are the new compact computers from the Taiwanese manufacturer. They are distributed in two versions depending on the chipset they use, H610 and B660, both supporting the last two generations of Intel Core processors, Alder Lake and Raptor Lake.

The ASRock Jupiter 600 have a square design of 180x180mm and a really thin thickness of only 34mm for a total volume of just over 1 litre. A compact size suitable for installation, both horizontally and vertically with its VESA support, in a wide range of applications, such as offices, shops and also any computer desk.

ASRock Jupiter 600

They mount a mini-ITX board with a socket LGA1700 to support Intel 12th and 13th Generation processors, thus offering wide flexibility by supporting processors with a TDP consumption of up to 65W. The same in storage, with dual M.2 connector for mounting solid state drives and a 2.5-inch bay for SSDs or SATA hard drives.

Memory capacity rises to 64 Gbytes with two DDR4 slots in dual channel, while its connectivity is comprehensive with nine USB ports, including a USB 3.2 Gen 1 type C on each front and rear panel, and added as a COM port for uses in companies, digital signage or POS systems.

can be connected up to three displays 4K-60Hz at the same time thanks to the two Display Port outputs and one HDMI. It is also equipped with the DASH LAN and TPM function to protect the information and, as an option, it can mount an Intel module to provide them with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, and a Kensington lock slot.

It includes Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports, a Realtek ALC269 sound chip with microphone and headphone output, and two antenna connections to improve the wireless signal. They can pre-install Windows 10 or Windows 11 and will be available soon on the international channel.

No prices have been provided, but They look good due to the power of Intel processors, its high degree of connectivity and the versatility for multiple uses in companies, offices or consumption.

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