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The Zotac ZBOX MI640 Nano is a desktop PC with an 8th-gen, Intel Kaby Lake Refresh quad-core processor. It measures about 5″ x 5″ x 2″ and which has room for a 2.5 inch hard drive or SSD.

First unveiled at CES, the MI640 is now available for purchase. Newegg is selling barebones models for $420 and up, but you can bring the starting price down to $400 when you use the coupon code EMCPTER57.

You’ll still need to supply your own memory, storage, and operating system. But if you’re looking for a compact PC that comes with everything you need to start working as soon as the system is plugged in and turned on, Woot is running a sale on refurbished business desktops. A bunch of those deals are for HP mini PCs.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

Mini PCs



PC accessories


You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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8 replies on “Deals of the Day (4-06-2018)”

    1. I am waiting for a linux distro with Vulkan drivers and Wayland running on rk3399. I am hoping that will be the beginning of the end for x86.

      1. The idiots at arm really have been throwing away their opportunity at the low end desktop market. Hopefully risc-v will step up and be able to do what arm should have been doing all along.

        1. I too wonder why ARM won’t at least provide blob Vulkan drivers for each Linux kernel release. It looks like Android is the only OS that has vulkan drivers with Mali GPUs. Maybe Imagination will licence a GPU with open drivers… They are on hard times and that might make their GPU desirable again.
          Until then Intel SFF pcs are the only game in town for vulkan on linux distros.

  1. Anyone know of a reliable relatively quiet mini PC like the HP Z2 Mini G3 but with a gaming GPU that doesn’t look like typical gaming gear? Thanks!

      1. Thanks! Can’t wait to see some reviews on that. Some early benchmarks I’ve found in the last 5 minutes seem promising. I hope the fan isn’t too loud especially when not gaming.

        It’s great that it seems that the skull LEDs can be turned off (or there’s a swappable minimal looking plate/lid) and be practically invisible in the pics. Otherwise, it would have been a no buy for me.

        1. The previous Skull Canyon NUCs were pretty loud. Very noticeable outside of gaming with the volume up. Although, I’m hearing the new Hades Canyon NUCs are supposedly quieter due to larger fans/blowers.

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