The systems appear to be based on Intel's 11th generation NUC laptop kits.
Mini PC specialist Minisforum has announced the release of two new super-slim Intel PCs.
The new Minisforum NUCX15 and NUCX17 small PCs have the same thin design.
Minisforum appears to have started with Intel's 11th Gen NUC laptop packages, which are essentially gaming computers without a screen.
Back in September 2021, we reported on the NUC laptop kits that we think these devices are built on, which combine Tiger Lake H CPUs and Nvidia Ampere graphics.
Intel redesigned its NUC laptop kits earlier this month with 12th Gen CPU variants and moved to Intel Arc mobile graphics.
According to the photographs provided by Minisforum, the new NUCXI5 and NUCXI7 small PCs' default orientation is vertical.
It appears somewhat unsteady in this position; lying it flat would take up previous desk space.
Minisforum provides a platform that appears to be wide enough to prevent these PCs from being knocked over too easily.
Minisforum has not yet disclosed pricing or worldwide availability information, but as soon as it becomes available, we will keep you updated as always.