The Viewsonic PC Mini 132 has a fair amount in common with the Cape 7 Ion as both machines are tiny devices that combine an Intel Atom processor with an Nvidia's Ion integrated chipset. Viewsonic PC Mini 132 Viewsonic includes a stand that holds the PC upright with the antenna for the Atheros-made 802.11n wireless pointing …
I'm sorry, what? £350?!
My Revo R3610 cost £160. Pretty much the same spec. Does the same thing. WTF?
Viewsonic PC Mini 132
The Viewsonic PC Mini 132 would be even more appealing if it were available cheaper without an operating system
Worst roundup ever...
As per A Gould... Where the heck is the Acer Revo R3610 in this review - Belting machine that will whip anything there...
The Shuttle? Hardly a "mini PC" ??! (Let alone the WRONG model shuttle if you were going to pick any at all).
How about the Asrock Ion mini PC's? (Although admittedly just like the Esprimo, but Atom based).
Glaring omissions, poor, poor article...
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