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Intel continues its foray into portable computing with its first Compute Sticks, offering powerful Core M processors, three USB 3.0 ports, Bluetooth 4.2 and a $399 price tag.
At IFA today, the manufacturer of the Zen and ROG series of products also had a smaller, cheaper PC in store, weighing only 68g and running full Windows for a meager $129.
Archos claims its new device is "the ultimate portable computer", but its $99 PC Stick seems to be a near-identical copy of other dongle-sized Windows PCs that have already been released.
There's no shortage of compute sticks and mini PCs on the market, but Zotac aims to impress with a new ZBOX capable of driving up to four 4K displays, which is no small feat for its weight class.
The PiPO X7 has managed to simultaneously be both the most frustrating and most rewarding experience we've had with a mini PC. Check out our full review of the PiPO X7, the Windows 8.1 mini PC!
Intel's latest foray into the PC-on-a-stick market is finally available for pre-order. The device starts at $110 but that comes with Linux. A full Windows version will cost users around $150.
With 2 Gb RAM and the latest quad-core Atom chipset, we'll soon review it to see if it meets the mark. But for now, check out our first impressions and unboxing of the PiPO X7 Windows 8.1 mini-PC!
The CEO of Raspberry Pi said today that people have been "queuing up and saying they want Windows" on its new Pi 2 micro-PC, suggesting that some users feel it's only a 'real PC' if it runs Windows.
Has Windows and Intel finally caught up to Android and ARM? More TV boxes are coming out with both Windows and Android offered as an operating system, and both are powered by the Intel Atom.
On top of being so inexpensive and compact, the ECS Liva is efficient -- so much so that it can be powered by a USB power bank. It has a fanless design and promises to deliver smooth 1080p playback.
ZOTAC has launched a Windows 8.1 mini PC that includes a quad-core Intel Bay Trail CPU, 2GB RAM, 32GB storage, full-size HDMI port and more in a tiny package, priced under $200.
Microsoft is jumping on the mini PC bandwagon with its new device, the Sharks Cove. It features some great specs though it will be an expensive alternative to the highly acclaimed Raspberry Pi.
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched the Model B+, a new version of its tiny $35 computer, bringing a range of improvements, including extra USB ports, microSD slot and reduced power consumption.
The tiny Vision HT 420D has plenty of HTPC-friendly features including Blu-ray support, a remote control, Asrock's spin on MHL and Intel's Haswell architecture. At $660 without OS, is it worth it?
The Raspberry Pi Foundation has revealed that it has now sold over two million of its tiny, ultra-affordable computers, reaching this latest sales milestone several months earlier than expected.
Intel's Next Unit of Computing is a cool idea that has been hamstrung by poor hardware choices and unattractive prices, a trend that Gigabyte hopes to buck with its new NUC offerings.
This idea of shrinking hardware hasn't been overlooked by manufacturers as several now feature space-saving designs based on mobile hardware. Such is the case with Sapphire's new Edge VS8 mini-PC...
The tiny Raspberry Pi PC sold out its first batch within minutes - and its popularity hasn't waned since then, as pre-orders exceed 350,000 units of the $35 model, with a $25 model still on the way.