Pros

  • Easy-to-use multimedia remote
  • Small, slim, and light

Cons

  • Poor performance

At A Glance

This nettop doesn't have a lot going for it, but it is small and portable, and it comes with a multimedia remote.

Manufacturer’s Description

Turn your TV into an entertainment hub or fully functional computer with the Q180, the smallest desktop PC. Watch video clips, create a home theater, or simply browse the Web on your favorite screen - without taking up valuable space.

The Specs

Processor
Processor type Intel Atom
Processor speed 2.13 MHz
General Information
UPC Code 886843160312
Ports and Connections
Available Interfaces HDMI
Memory
Memory size 4096.0 MB
Memory type DDR3
Memory speed 1066.0 MHz

Performance

Overall Rating
Worldbench Score 38.0
Worldbench Version 7
Start Up
Start Up 46.7   seconds (lower is better)
Office Productivity
PCMARK 591.0   score (higher is better)
Web Performance
Web Performance 3.3   Frames per second (higher is better)
Storage Performance
File Compression 1612.9   seconds (lower is better)
Hard Drive File Operations 663.7   seconds (lower is better)
Content Creation
Image Editing 748.6   seconds (lower is better)
Video Encoding 704.3   seconds (lower is better)
Encoding Audio 684.1   seconds (lower is better)
Power Usage
WorldBench Green Score 90.0
Working power usage 6.2   Watt hours
Idle power usage 19.0   Watts
Gaming
Gaming Score 66.0
Crysis 2, High Quality, 1920x1080 6.5   Frames per second (higher is better)
Crysis 2, High Quality, 1680x1050 7.4   Frames per second (higher is better)
Crysis 2, High Quality, 1024x768 13.5   Frames per second (higher is better)
Crysis 2, Low Quality, 1920x1080 7.9   Frames per second (higher is better)
Crysis 2, Low Quality, 1680x1050 9.2   Frames per second (higher is better)
Crysis 2, Low Quality, 1024x768 18.2   Frames per second (higher is better)
Dirt 3, High Quality, 1920x1080 12.8   Frames per second (higher is better)
Dirt 3, High Quality, 1680x1050 12.8   Frames per second (higher is better)
Dirt 3, High Quality, 1024x768 13.3   Frames per second (higher is better)
Dirt 3, Low Quality, 1920x1080 13.9   Frames per second (higher is better)
Dirt 3, Low Quality, 1680x1050 14.2   Frames per second (higher is better)
Dirt 3, Low Quality, 1024x768 15.6   Frames per second (higher is better)