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Evesham Mini PC

Evesham Mini PC
alaScore 81

6 reviews

Sep, 2014

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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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When we first took delivery of this we have to admit there were a few scratched heads, as we were expecting a Media Center PC from Evesham but the courier had left us a package smaller than a shoebox. Surely some mistake, a thought that continued right...

Size, speed and silence

Single TV tuner, only two USB ports, expensive compared to the Mac Mini

Good things do come in small packages, and Evesham have proven it

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The Mini PC isn't very well equipped, isn't particularly fast and is a blatant Mac Mini rip-off. However, it has the potential to be an exceptional multimedia PC, thanks to its petite dimensions, quiet operation and use of Windows XP Media Center Edition

Good looks ; Small, innovative form factor ; Built-in speaker ; Slot-loading DVD drive

Few input/output ports ; No gaming potential

One minor gripe was that the Mini PC could occasionally get very noisy when running processor-intensive applications, although Evesham says the fan on our review sample may have been slightly damaged during transit. At all other times, the noise...

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Evesham Mini PC

 

An ingenious piece of design, with some strong features and great performance

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Ever fancied a black Mac Mini? Well, the Evesham Mini PC isn't quite a Mac mini, nor is it exactly black, but on both points it comes close.

Evesham has packed Core 2 Duo power into a tiny, nice-looking chassis. But let's face it, if you want real style you choose an Apple and you'll also save useful amounts of cash if you buy a Mac mini.

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Evesham Mini PC

 

This really is small, imagine the desk space taken by an average notebook and now divide that in four and that is the desk space taken by this PC.

The unit is notionally 16x16x5cm. However it has a digital output and while a digital to VGA (analogue) converter is provided once you have plugged your VGA lead in that adds 8cm to the depth. However should you own a digital TV there is another way....

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