Intel's take on the all-in-one PC
August 13, 2012 - 05:13 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Intel's thin Mini-ITX is the same length and width as a regular mini-ITX board at 6.7" x 6.7" but it sports a thinner port cluster and horizontally stacked SO-DIMM memory slots to allow it to slip into a smaller place, perfect for an all-in-one build. That is why when you look at the system you will be hard pressed to see the case, as the motherboard is built right into the monitor. Unlike some other all-in-one systems, this one is user serviceable and to an extent is also upgradeable. If you are wondering how it performs then all you have to do is check out The Tech Report and all will be revealed.
"Today, we're going to be spending some quality time with an all-in-one PC based on Intel's Thin Mini-ITX standard. The individual parts are all available at retail, and the resulting machine is slim, slick, and surprisingly straightforward to put together."
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