ASUS Mini PC PB60G Review

We recently received a test for one of ASUS 'newest mini PCs, called PB60G. Even if it's a small PC form factor, it doesn't stop it from being strong. It comes with an 8th generation Intel processor, up to 32GB DDR4 RAM, 4K Ultra HD video output and many ports, including USB 3.1 Gen2 and USB Type-C. In addition, it also offers a modular design, which means you can stack additional modules such as optical media drives or special video cards. If you want to know more about the ASUS Mini PC PB60G and see its performance in real life, read our review:

ASUS Mini PC PB60G: Who is this good for?
ASUS Mini PC PB60G is an excellent choice for people who:

Need a small form factor PC for their office, which doesn't take up a lot of space
Want a Mini PC that later they can add a powerful discrete video card
Want to be able to connect multiple views to their Mini PC (up to 7)
pros and cons

There are many good things to say about the ASUS Mini PC PB60G:

It has a modular design, meaning you can stack additional components on it, and have a small footprint on your desk
Simple appearance and solid building quality
You can choose from several options in terms of processor, RAM and storage
The price is dynamic, depending on the hardware you are using
It has a wireless card that supports a fast 802.11ac Wi-Fi network
It offers many ports, including HDMI, DisplayPort, USB 3.1 Gen 1 & 2 Type-A, and Type-C ports
You can configure one of the ports in it to be VGA, DisplayPort, or COM so that it also supports older devices
This is compatible with VESA
The negative aspects:

Most USB ports are positioned on the front, including Type-C ports, and some people may not like it
The price can be very high if you choose the best hardware configuration
ASUS Mini PC PB60G is a small PC form factor that is very good for business users as well as home users. If you work on a small table where space is important, but you also need a strong PC with lots of options and connectivity ports, then you should at least try the ASUS Mini PC PB60G. This is an excellent device for office work, professional multimedia editing, browsing the internet, listening to music or watching videos, and is also a good choice if you work with multiple monitors. It can even do decent work by playing games if you are not too picky and you add an Nvidia Quadro P1000 video card module into it. Overall, the ASUS PB60G is an amazing mini PC at a reasonable price.

Open the ASUS Mini PC PB60G Box
ASUS Mini PC PB60G comes in a medium sized box, made of premium cardboard. The sides are dark gray, while the top and bottom use light gray. On the top side, ASUS prints a large picture of the Mini PC and the name of the series. At the back, you can see the serial number of your new device.

Inside the box, there is an ASUS Mini PC PB60G, its AC adapter, VESA installation kit, stand, and all standard documentation: a quick start guide and a warranty card. In some regions, ASUS also offers Chrome wireless keyboards and mice.

ASUS Mini PC PB60G comes in premium packaging, and combines everything you expect, plus more. Our first impression is positive.

Hardware specifications
The ASUS Mini PC PB60G takes power from Intel processors which, depending on your model, can be the 8th generation Intel Core i7-8700T, Core i5-8400T, Core i3-8100T, or Pentium Gold G5400T.

The sample we tested came with an Intel Core i7 8700T six-core processor that runs at 2.40 GHz and up to 4 GHz in turbo mode. This is an amazing processor which was launched in the second quarter of 2018. It has six cores and 12 threads, 12MB cache memory, and a maximum TDP of 35 Watts. This processor is equipped with DDR4 RAM up to 32GB which runs at a frequency of 2400MHz, in two SO-DIMM slots. The Mini PC that we tested has a maximum of 32 GB of RAM installed. The basic graph is handled by an integrated Intel HD chip offered by the processor: Intel UHD Graphics 630. It offers support for 4K, at a maximum resolution of 4096 x 2304 pixels and a frequency of 60 Hz. The base frequency of the video chip is 350 MHz, and the maximum is 1.20 GHz. It also offers support for DirectX 12 and OpenGL 4.5.

The ASUS Mini PC PB60G has a modular, stackable design that allows you to easily add optional components, such as optical drives or special video cards. This allows you to customize your Mini PC to your needs, and that is a good thing. Together with the Mini PC we received for testing, we also got an optional component: the Nvidia Quadro P1000 video card.

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