FOXCONN NANOPC: Small yet powerful
We connected a wireless keyboard and mouse along with an inbuilt wireless adapter for internet surfing. We tested this PC in several ways. One of course was our standard slew of PCMark and 3DMark benchmarks for testing graphics and overall system performance. Since the machine is based on an Intel Atom based CPU, its scores for these benchmarks were low, clocking just 433 3DMarks and 1766 PCMarks. What is impressive about the Nano PC is its ability to run HD videos smoothly. We ran a 1080p, 60 fps video on it and to our surprise it ran very smoothly. It might be because the Atom CPU inside is a dual-core, 4 threads CPU running at 1.86 GHz with Intel GMA 3650 graphics.
Another great highlight of the Nano PC is its power consumption. It uses only about 15 Watts in normal condition and 24 Watts on load, both of which are very low as compared to the average 300-400 Watts consumed by traditional PCs.
With being extremely small, this PC can be used for converting a LCD TV into a smart TV, display custom content streamed from central server over wireless network, convert a LCD monitor into an AIO desktop and much more. Cost is a little high considering that just the shell comes for 17k, while the SDD and memory cost extra.
* Dimensions: 190
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