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Evesham Mini PC Plus

Evesham Mini PC Plus
alaScore 82

5 reviews

Jul, 2014

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Evesham Mini PC Plus

 

Well, it's official: 'good things come in small packages' is no longer just something you say to people under the height of 5ft 8in when they're feeling glum.

Superb Core 2 Duo performance

Graphics ability not up to any serious task

The Evesham Mini is a proud and stylish addition to any living room

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Evesham Mini PC Plus review

 

This PC has home entertainment on the brain

p>Only 165mm wide and 50mm high Very powerful</p

p>Bit plasticky Picture quality a bit poor</p

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Evesham Mini PC Plus

 

Evesham is the first in the UK to bring to market AOpen's Mac mini clone. We see how it compares.

And that is about it. As this is a miniature PC you can’t expect to get much more inside. A couple of more USB ports wouldn’t have gone amiss though.

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Evesham Mini PC Plus review

 

The Mini PC Plus is more expensive than the Mac Mini, but its integrated TV tuner, higher specification and looks make it an attractive prospect for Windows fans

Stylish design ; Quiet operation ; Solid performance

Slightly pricey ; Relatively small hard drive for a Media Center PC

The Mini PC redeems itself for its lack of 3D performance, thanks to its fairly quiet operation. It's not as ridiculously quiet as our ultimate quiet PC, but you'll need to listen carefully to detect the hum of its internal cooling fans when running...

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Evesham - Mini PC Plus

 

So you want a mini PC but don't want to go down the Mac mini route? Well, help is at hand thanks to AOpen and Evesham. But there is a cloud on the horizon, and in ...

Small and stylish, yes, but if you must have an Intel alternative to a Mac mini, then be prepared to dig deep, as it comes with a relatively hefty price tag. There is, though, the option of a cheaper version, the Mini PC (without the 'Plus'): slower...

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