Small Size PCs for Tight Spaces

by Larry Emmott on March 28, 2011

in Hardware,Office Design

The PC Mag article linked below features a slide show showing several small size computers. This is important, as I still run into dentists who believe they cannot find space for computers in the treatment rooms. The fact is you do have the room, you do not need to use full size 18″ x 8″ towers.

Small Form Factor (SFF) desktops are a thing of beauty; most, on average, measure no bigger than 7 by 9 by 11.5 inches (HWD) (like the AVADirect Nano Cude), yet are fully functional systems that offer enough power for day-to-day computing tasks and even support graphics cards if need be

via Small Form Factor PCs for Tight Spaces – Slideshow from

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