Tag Archives: Mini PC

Shuttle NC01U review: a tiny, extensible barebones PC

Shuttle are well-known for their compact PCs, whether sold as cases or barebones systems. Today we’re looking at the latter, as we review the NC01U Mini-PC. This tiny half-litre system can fit your own choice of components, including a ULV Intel processor, DDR3L RAM and a solid state drive, so you can equip it to serve in a number of …

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Hannspree Micro PC review: a fantastic contraption

Today we’re taking a look at something rather special – Hannspree’s Micro PC. This tiny HDMI stick packs an Intel Atom quad-core processor, 32GB of flash storage, WiFi, Bluetooth, and even USB and micro SD ports… not bad for a 38 gram dongle. What makes the Micro PC truly crazy though, is its operating system: not Android, not some weird …

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ZOTAC ZBOX EN760 Plus gaming mini-PC review

People love really tiny things. There’s something intrinsically satisfying about seeing something small produce something big – whether it’s a dose of truth from a kid or a wall-sized screen from a pico-projector. The ZBOX EN760 benefits greatly from this phenomenon. It is a small black box that looks like a router – it even has two antennas sticking out …

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Sapphire launches new mini Edge 3 PC

Hawker of graphics cards and the occasional motherboard, Sapphire, has announced the release of a new variant in its Edge range – this one being the third, is called Edge 3. Featuring an accelerated processing unit (APU), the Edge is no bigger than past versions, offering up a full PC experience in about the size of a small book. Having …

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Foxconn nT-A3500 Nettop

Introduction Today I’m going to be testing Foxconn’s latest AMD Fusion Nettop. This kind of product is right up Foxconn’s street and I am looking forward to seeing how it pans out. Based on the AMD Fusion platform the Nettop is a low power consumption computer with many uses. I will be finding out whether it’s worth its price and …

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