ASUS is thinking small

Subject: Systems | January 25, 2008 - 10:15 AM |
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The ASUS Nova is a nicely sized system, good as an HTPC or better as a SFF office PC.  It has an Intel 2160 (1.8GHz Dual Core) on an Intel 946GZ chipset with intgerated graphics, 1GB of RAM, a 120GB hard drive, and a DVD rewriter drive.  It is about the same size as the Mac Mini, which seems to be it's natural prey.  Drop by t-break for a preview.

"Space is costly - and Dubai is a prime example of that. Offices/Homes are getting smaller and costlier by the day and at

times, people no longer have the luxury of providing enough space for a full-sized PC on Office Desks or next to your TV

in your bedroom. Taking such considerations into account, we have minuscule sized PCs such as Shuttle's X series, AOpen

and Apple's Mac Mini. ASUS adds their name to this list with their recently announced Nova and we take a quick look at it

today."

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Source: t-break
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