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CompuLab Intense PC Pro Review – The Mini PC of your dreams

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The specs say it’s packed with power, but has CompuLab truly delivered an intense product in such a small package?

Specs

Operating system: Linux Mint
Processor: Intel i7-3517UE, dual core 1.7 GHz
Memory: 8 GB (Upgradeable to 16 GB)
Storage: 500 GB
Power Usage: 10-26W (dependant on load)
Display output: HDMI (bundled with HDMI to DVI adaptor), Display Port
Networking: Wireless N and two Gigabit LAN ports
Price: £630 GBP ($999 USD)
Website: http://www.fit-pc.com

The Intense PC is the latest effort by CompuLab, creators of the Fit-PC and Mint Box, and is another small, all-in-one computer solution that’s supposed to be good enough for desktop use, and small enough for use as a Home Theatre PC.

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