The Palm-Size Racing P1 Mini PC

PDF Print E-mail

Racing P1Component maker Biostar announces a mini PC-- the Racing P1, a machine around the size of three smartphone stacked on top of each other based on the 14nm Intel Atom Z8350 CPU.

First seen back at Computex 2016, the Racing P1 measures 129 x 83 x 27mm and has a fanless design offering silent operation. Construction is in carbon fibre with "sports car curves," and while customers can hide the machine behind a display via VESA-compatible mounts one can add a spot of flash through RGB LEDs and a 5V LED Header for the addition of LED strips controllable via Vivd LED DJ software.

Powering the PC is a 1.44/1.92GHz Z8350 quad-core processor with a maximum TDP of 2W, together with a Intel HD Graphics 400 GPU, up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB of eMMC flash (expandable via microSD slot). Connectivity comes through x6 USB 2.0, x1 USB 3.0, HDMI and ethernet ports as well as Bluetooth 4.0 and 802.11ac

Biostar is still to specify when the Racing P1 will hit the market, but it should do so sometime soon.

Go Biostar Racing P1