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Sapphire announced this week the launch of a new minicomputer market: the Mini PC Edge-HD3. The unit, although small, provides a setting respectable and does not lack, butting heads with many heavy desktop that can be seen there. Moreover, with such small dimensions, the PC more reminiscent of a modem that a computer itself.
The PC Edge Mini-HD3 has within its compact dimensions of 193x148x22 mm the following configuration:
AMD APU E-450 at 1.65 GHz;
Radeon HD 6320;
Up to 4 GB of RAM;
Models with 250 GB HD, 320 GB or 500 GB;
Network Adapter Gigabit Wireless N connectivity;
Two USB 3.0 ports;
FreeDOS operating system (but with support for Windows 7 and other OSes).
Sapphire promises the official launch of its remarkable little further for the month of February 2012, but prices were not disclosed, nor in which countries it will be sold.