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Submitted by mpctips 918d ago | news

Sapphire Squeezes Sandy Bridge Chip Inside Edge HD4 Mini PC

Maximum PC: After testing the mini PC waters with its Edge HD series, which is supposedly the "smallest fully featured PC in the world," Sapphire felt motivated to introduce a new, more powerful model. Sapphire's Edge HD4 retains the "stylish outline" of its predecessors, but offers better performance with an Intel Celeron 847 processor. The Celeron brand gives some users the heebie jeebies, but note that this is a dual-core part clocked at 1.1GHz with 2MB of L3 cache and built around Intel's last generation Sandy Bridge architecture. It won't run Crysis, sure, but it shouldn't trip over day-to-day computing chores, either. (PC hardware, Sapphire Edge HD4 Mini PC, Sapphire Technology)

newsguy  +   918d ago
I used to have an external hard drive that was the same size!
thebudgetgamer  +   918d ago
Are these things any good?

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