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The Morefine S600 is a compact desktop computer that measures 5.9″ x 5.7″ x 2.6″ and has the guts of a pretty powerful laptop, with support for up to a 45-watt, 14-core, 20-thread Intel Core i9-12900HK processor.

First unveiled in August, the Morefine S600 recently went up for pre-order for $679 and up through an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, with an estimated ship date of November, 2022. But it’s also available for pre-order from AliExpress with an even lower starting price.

Prices start at $453 for a barebones model with a 28-wwatt Intel Core i7-1260P (12-core, 16-thread) processor or $551 for a barebones model with a Core i9-12900H (14-core, 20-thread) chip.

Right now it looks like the only way to get the version with an unlocked 12900HK chip appears to be to back the Indiegogo campaign.

Each version of the little computer supports up to 64GB of DDR4-3200 memory and can be configured with up to 2TB of storage. But you can also bring your own, since the system supports up to three storage devices:

  • 1 x PCIe 4.0 M.2 2280 slot
  • 1 x PCIe 3.0 M.2 2280 slot
  • 1 x 2.5 inch SATA hard drive or SSD

The computer has 2.5 Gbps and Gigabit Ethernet ports, HDMI 2.0 and DIisplayPort 1.4 and USB Type-C ports, allowing you to connect up to three displays. There’s also support for WiFi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2 wireless connectivity.

Other features include four USB 3.2 Type-A ports, two USB 2.0 ports, a 3,000 RPM fan, 180W power supply and and aluminum-magnesium alloy chassis.

via AndroidPC.es

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  1. Best to wait until another Chinese manufacturer comes out with the same unit under a different model name. Preferably one like Kingdel which sells on Amazon where you have remedies. I know from personal experience that Morefine customer service is very bad, especially if you have a problem. The Morefine S500 is identical to the Kingdel K-13, and the Morefine S500+ is identical to the Kingdel K-15. If you have an issue with a Morefine product, you can kiss your money goodbye. If you have an issue with Kingdel, not only do they have excellent customer service, but you also have Amazon to step in if needed. Prices of all the units are comparable, so Buyer Beware.

  2. All Morefine products are identical to Kingdel. The S500 is the Kingdel K-13, the s500+ is the Kingdel K-15. The big difference is that Kingdel sells its PC’s on Amazon, so you have remedies if there are problems with the unit. I had a terrible experience with Morefine and an S500. I had many issues with it, and Morefine did not respond to any of my requests for help. I was running Cinebench R23, and one of the VRM’s shorted. Fortunately, I was able to replace the part, no thanks to Morefine. This is a case of mega-Buyer Beware! It is yourn choice. I’d rather contact Kingdel thru Amazon if there is a problem, than sending emails to China where they go unanswered.

  3. I was pretty interested in this machine until I found out it was lacking a Thunderbolt port. That may not be a dealbreaker for everyone, but it was for me and for anyone considering grabbing one, it’s something to consider.