So here's the colourful packaging of the Mini PC, the basics include a power brick adapter rated 19V / 13.8A. You'll also receive a stand and some screws so you can potion the mini PC horizontally or vertically, whatever your preference may be.
The unit is a very tiny (20x20x7cm) device housed carefully in the packaged bundle. You'll receive the basics like an adapter and manuals, Windows 11 Pro already has been factory-installed for you (licensed).
Minisforum incorporates no less than seven copper heat pipes. 3 will transmit heat from the processor, while 4 will transfer heat from the graphics circuit. The entire structure will thereafter be aggressively vented to exhaust the heat to the outside. The manufacturer also states that it uses liquid metal to ensure proper conduction of heat between heat sinks and cooling systems.
In terms of components, there are two dual-channel DDR4 RAM slots with a default capacity of 16 GB. A first M.2 2280 NVMe PCIe slot with 512 GB of storage and the option of installing a second M.2 2280 SSD in NVMe or SATA.
At the rear side, we see an Ethernet 2.5 GbE port, two HDMI 2.0 connectors, and two DisplayPort 1.4 ports round out the connectivity. There are three USB 3.1 ports on the front, three USB 3.2 ports on the back, a USB type-C port, and two separate audio jack connectors.