Beelink SER8 Ultra

Beelink teases its upcoming SER8 Ultra mini-PC with 32GB RAM

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In the winner announcement for Beelink’s Creative Challenge Contest, the company shared images and confirmed the existence of the Beelink SER8 Ultra mini-PC, which is yet to be announced.

Beelink’s Creative Challenge Contest asked entrents to come up with ideas to integrating discrete GPUs into teh company’s line of mini-PCs will remaining modular and not sacraficing performance with smaller GPUs or sending the data over Thunderbolt or USB4.

The contest closed on the 22nd of March, with the winners announced a soon after in a blog post. Congratulations to the winners. The post also gave us insight into Beelink’s upcomming SER8 Ultra mini-PC.

Now, onto the exciting find! While we’ve previously seen a leaked line drawing of what was beleived to be the SER8 Ultra, up until now we haven’t seen anything else.

In the post, Beelink shared that some of the winners will receive the SER8 Ultra as a price, confirming it exists and is coming in the near future. Adding to this, Beelink went ahead and shared two images of the SER8 Ultra and we are excited by what we see!

From the first image, we see the front IO, which consists of a power button, reset CMOS pinhole, a USB Type-C, and a USB-A connector. As for the design the company has dropped the two material front plate and has gone with a clean and minimal anodised aluminium unibody design.

The second picture shows the bottom of the mini-PC covered in cooling holes propped up off the surface with large rubber feet. Hopefully, to give the components more than enough airflow under heavy loads.

Source: Beelink