Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Sapphire EDGE-HD Mini PC

The Saphhire Edge-HD Mini PC is claimed to be the world’s smallest desktop computer. Based on an nVidia ION 2 platform, the Edge-HD Mini is powered by the following:
- a 1.66GHz Intel Atom D510 processor
- a 2GB memory, a 250GB hard drive
- Ethernet, 802.11b/g/n WiFi
- VGA, HDMI
- RJ-45 Gigabit Lan
- and 4 USB 2.0 Ports. 


The computer comes equipped with a 1GB USB drive, 1 HDMI cable and 1 HDMI to DVI adapter. The Sapphire EDGE-HD Mini PC consumes only around 22 Watts under load, making it one of the Greenest PC solutions available. What’s more, it is fully compatible with Microsoft Windows 7, Vista or Windows XP.


It's available for $300, checkout a review here, or see this video for more info:

30 comments:

  1. 300$ hmmm... I'll think about it!

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  2. Damn I'd love to connect that to my TV to torrent watching.

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  3. So am I to assume that you can't put any type of disc like a DVD or Blu-Ray on it? That's fine by me, but what about installing new programs?

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  4. thaha never heard of it before but it sounds realy amazing.

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  5. It's cool, but i think is too expensive for the components that the desktop have.

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  6. thats amazing, those specs are almost as good as that of my laptop but its 1/4 the price!!

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  7. nice blog i think its to expensive even if it is small lol follow

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  8. Nice sizewise, but it lacks in the power department.

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  9. WTF its more powerful then my computer and mines is 10x its size!

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  10. Looks cute, but an Intel Atom isn't exactly selling me. Besides, I wouldn't need a small desktop. If anything I'd want a bigger desktop so it looks much more badass.

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  11. That sounds really cool. If I had a disposable income, I'd get one for sure.

    http://robertfunf.blogspot.com/

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  12. Wow, tought you were reviewing some speakers at first when saw that picture :D

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  13. What's the point of having a small desktop PC?

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  14. Wow, though I don't see the point considering you still need a large monitor

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  15. $300, not too bad. I kinda prefer power over size though.

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  16. so small i would be afraid to break it..

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  17. while it is cool i think a netbook or tablet would make more sense and be potentially more powerful and more portable

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  18. for such a little thing I'm very impressed

    keep up the gadget posts!

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  19. These seem cool, but wouldn't they overheat in a mad gaming session?

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  20. This would be a nice to have sitting by my TV, I wouldn't have to go through the trouble of setting up media servers on my PS3.

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  21. Well, not bad. The Design is really nice, too.

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  22. it's so small! lol
    snerd brought up a good point, what about installing programs?
    still looks cool, but maybe not for me.

    followed!

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  23. There's not much point, its just a really slow pc as its all netbook components.

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  24. Thing is tiny, really is a green machine.

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