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Sapphire EDGE-HD4

Sapphire EDGE-HD4
alaScore 87

3 reviews

Sep, 2014

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the Sapphire EDGE-HD4 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Sapphire Edge HD4 Mini PC

 

Entertainment PCs used to be all the rage. Nowadays, Android and the like are pushing into their territory. Wouldn't you rather have a real computer serving your needs? The Sapphire Edge HD4 is just that. Put whatever OS you want on it and it is good...

The Sapphire Edge HD4 is an interesting product. It not only competes with normal HTPC computers, but you can't dismiss the competition of Android powered devices. Leaving Android devices for now, the HD4 is an good choice for HTPC duties. It plays...

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Sapphire Edge HD4 review

 

While gamers and computer enthusiasts may require their PC to be a processing powerhouse, for most people a more modest rig will do. Business users, for instance, may require little more than a machine that can handle office applications and email. And...

The Sapphire Edge HD4 comes with a modest £300 price tag, although this doesn't look quite so cheap if you want Windows, which adds at least another £70 to the price. Various options exist with Linux, arguably better suited and at zero cost. It looks...

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Sapphire EDGE HD4 Mini PC Review

 

Today we are looking at the Sapphire Edge HD4 Mini PC, the latest in their Edge lineup which features an Intel Celeron processor. We reviewed the EDGE HD3 in February 2012, powered by the AMD E450 and the EDGE VS8 in December 2012, powered by the AMD...

Extremely small ; tiny power drain at the wall ; Good build quality ; Supports XP, Vista, 7 and 8 OS

5,400 rpm 2.5 inch HDD is painfully slow ; Need to install the operating system and drivers, which includes bios boot changes. Newbies might find this too complex ; Not ideal for gaming ; budget extra for the operating system

Kitguru says: A very practical PC with such a tiny footprint you can hide it almost anywhere.

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