With discrete graphics and a quad-core processor, Gigabyte's next Brix Gaming mini-PC will provide gamers seeking a compact but higher-performing system an alternative to Intel's NUCs. And it's not the only new member of the family.
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Packed with a quad-core processor and Intel's highest-end graphics, the latest Next Unit of Computing was designed to play games. The kicker is that you actually can.
With a 15.6-inch screen squeezed into a 2.14-pound body, LG's biggest ultrabook is impressive despite its flaws.
Don’t let their size fool you—our reviews show just how these computers can be titans in an office, home theater, and more.
It's not cheap, but getting higher-end performance rarely is.
It's often hard to find a mini-PC that evenly balances the major things you could want, but Acer's given us just that with its top-end Revo One.
Silence may be golden, but if you can deal with fan noise, this compact bare-bones system provides a lot of performance for a low amount of dough.
The addition of a USB 3.0 port makes Intel’s Compute Stick more user-friendly, but this form factor still has a ways to go before it'll grab a wide fanbase.
Just add a display, keyboard and mouse for a surprisingly handy Chrome-on-stick experience.
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