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Intel’s Broadwell mini PC is a next-generation Ultrabook in a box

Mini-PC-Based-on-BroadwellFrom Ars Technica:

Desktop computers aren’t exactly the most exciting things in the world of technology right now, but there’s something to be said for a fast, versatile, upgradeable desktop that can squeeze underneath a monitor stand next to a stack of phones.

via Review: Intel’s Broadwell mini PC is a next-generation Ultrabook in a box | Ars Technica.

Dentists still complain about the space a desktop computer takes up in the treatment room. Most office are well served with a mini tower but if you want something even smaller these tiny desktop computers will fit in a drawer or can be attached to the back of a monitor.

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