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"No way man! Mine it totally smaller than yours!"

"Nuh uh! Mine is way smaller!"

^ The future of epeens. tongue.gif

That's the way it already is.

The most power per liter. biggrin.gif
     
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The CPU will be far more relevant than the GPU in four years, so I agree that AMD APUs would be a better match for this if you don't do anything CPU-related.
Since this has a Thunderbolt port, you can simply hook up an external GPU from AMD/Nvidia.

And say goodbye to the reason for investing in a small and cheap solution...
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That is pretty neat, although I would never exchange it for the looks and performance of a fully-fledged desktop smile.gif

HTPC however...
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pretty soon we will be able to game by plugging in a device the size of a usb thumb-drive into the sides of our monitors

there's no fun in that though ! and we do have those, all in once PC's......
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It really seems strange that they would imply that Intel was trying to compete with an organization that runs on the premise of not making money. Does that mean Intel is feeling charitable and wants to make less money?
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hmm. small PC, small 2tb external, small keyboard, small display.. but BIG mouse. I'd say this would be a good thing for a bedroom HTPC.
    
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