Lenovo has launched the IdeaCentre Q180, a desktop PC that’s being touted as the “world’s smallest desktop PC.” Exactly how small is it? The chassis measures 155 x 192 x 22mm, giving it the footprint of a paperback book (or a slim DVD player), but if you can’t spare the desktop space, the compact chassis
Shuttle has unveiled the XPC H7 5820S, a new small form factor PC that stands out thanks to its ability to run up to 16 displays at a time, thanks to a pro-grade graphics card, and a high-end spec that you’d expect to see in a rig twice its size.
Sorry if it confused your brain-grapes, but that slim, diamond-shaped thing in front of the keyboard isn’t an oddly-shaped flatscreen display. It’s a whole nettop PC by eMachines, actually. Called the Mini-e, this is the first system sold in the US to rock AMD’s new low-power Athlon II Neo processor. Probably not the most powerful