AMD Zen4 Mini-PC with RGB strip
PELADN releases new Mini-PC featuring an AMD processor.
Some companies publicly address the shortage of AMD chips, while others simply unveil new products. PELAND, a Chinese PC hardware manufacturer better known for its distinctive Radeon/GeForce models, was previously named “PRADEON.” However, the confusion escalated with the release of PRADEON GEFORCE, leading the company to wisely rebrand.
The PELAND HA-4 mini-PC runs on the AMD Ryzen 7 7840HS processor, the same chip found in many comparable systems from more established brands. As this company seeks recognition in this market, they have introduced a unique feature – an abundance of RGB lighting. The HA-4 boasts a square RGB strip encircling its compact 0.9-liter chassis. This RGB strip is responsive to sound or can display various pre-defined animations. The system’s dimensions are 136x128x52 mm, making it one of the most compact AMD Phoenix-based systems available.
Regarding the processor, this model incorporates an 8-core Zen4 CPU with a maximum boost clock of 5.1 GHz. The company is not confirming the TDP for this system, but it should be anywhere between 35 to 54W. It also integrates Radeon 780M graphics with a 12CU RDNA3 configuration. The company claims that their solution delivers a 224% performance increase compared to the RX Vega 8 graphics found in the Ryzen 7 5800H APU from two years ago.
PELAND offers several models, including a barebone version without memory or storage. The ready-to-use version, equipped with 16GB of memory and a 512GB storage, is priced at 2899 RMB ($396) during the pre-sale period on the Chinese JD platform. The barebone system is set to be available at 2399 RMB ($378). Unfortunately, this is the only way to purchase this system as the company does not operate in other regions.