Alongside the launch of an immense number of new products at Computex 2015, Asus has also shown off a handful of new mini-PCs that feature currently unnamed Intel Core processors from the company's upcoming 'Skylake' line.
The VivoPC VC65 is the largest of the mini-PCs announced by Asus. Rather than coming with an external power brick, the VC65 integrates hte necessary power hardware into the body of the mini-PC. It also comes with RAID support, and although there are no specifics on the exact configurations supported, the mini-PC likely comes with two 2.5-inch drive bays.
On the smaller side is the VivoPC UN65H which, like the VC65, packs an Intel Skylake processor, with Asus specifying this CPU includes Iris Pro graphics. This mini-PC includes M.2 and 2.5-inch storage support, though other hardware isn't known at this stage.
The UN45 is similar to the UN65H, though Asus has ditched fan-based cooling for an entirely passive design. The processor used in the UN45 is unknown at this stage, though it's likely a low-power SKU, possibly a new Core M chip, considering the passive cooling solution.
There's no word on pricing or availability for these three new mini-PCs from Asus, though we can expect them to land once Intel has formally announced their Skylake line-up.