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Small-form-factor PCs like the Quanta Compute Plug and the Foxconn Kangaroo have an 'anything goes' air about them, as we wait for Windows 10.
With sub-$200 prices and optical audio output, Intel's next miniature PC kit could serve as a flexible streaming media box.
Move over, Intel's Pentium III. Russia's Elbrus 4C microprocessor is here, and it's ready to kick some American tail.
This 4-inch wide PC packs a true 18-core Xeon CPU, thanks to breakthroughs in tiny motherboards using more powerful chipsets than before.
Microsoft wants Windows 10 on one billion devices in three years. Android and iOS developers will now be able to bring their apps and games to Windows 10.
Chromeboxes are aimed at education and business, so they're a natural fit for Lenovo's school- and corporate-oriented ThinkCentre Tiny line of modular All-in-One PCs.
Not only is CyberPower's three-pointed Trinity desktop PC a gaming powerhouse, it's also a conversation piece thanks to its unusual design.
Intel lowers its revenue guidance by almost $1 billion as the post-Windows-XP surge in sales peters out.
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The year is still extremely young, but we just returned from CES 2015, where a small army of PCs appeared in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and configurations. Check out some of these monsters.
Not content to just fight Chromebooks, HP will release a new mini PC that takes the fight to Chromebox units too.
CyberPower's new Fang Trinity looks like no PC we've ever seen but it still packs a punch with a powerful graphics card and truly unique design.
The cutest little PC of CES contest hasn't even started, but Acer's Revo One may have already won.
Intel may have more than just newer Broadwell processors up its sleeve as it revamps its miniature NUC bare-bones PCs.