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Hardware Review: Arprotek e-Cube barebones system

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Pentium 4, 150 watt power supply, RCA and S-VideoTV out, a PCI slot, and an AGP slot. What more could you want in an aluminum mini-system? Oh, yes, it even comes with a handle.
For a few weeks the Thunderbolt was the only mini-barebones system available featuring an AGP slot in addition to the integrated graphics which made it the system of choice for the die-hard LAN-partyist who needed the fast graphics for 3D-gaming. This has changed now with the release of the Shuttle SS51G XPC, latest addition to one of the most successful creations in small form factor computing.
 read more | mail this link | score:5695 | -Ray, May 14, 2002 (Updated: June 14, 2003)
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