The Mini-PC market is slowly saturating with devices of every size and feature set within the domain that would qualify them as a Mini-PC. You have the credit card sized ones like the LIVA Core from ECS which are powered by an Intel Core M 5Y10c and, on the the other end of the spectrum you have the ZOTAC Magnus EN970 which has an Intel Core i5 - 5200U making it a lot more powerful. However, putting both of them in the same bucket is a little unfair on the little ones. After all, they put a lot more effort in squeezing in all the components within a smaller footprint. So we decided to class them apart. We’ll be taking a closer look at the ZOTAC Magnus EN970 and the ASUS GR8 which occupy about four times the volume, and thereby, can squeeze in a lot more powerful components. Also, comparing a machine that costs Rs. 9,000 with another that costs Rs. 80,000 is not only unfair but also outright silly.
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