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Portable Mini PC

A portable mini PC is a small-sized, inexpensive, low-power, legacy-free desktop computer designed for basic tasks such as web browsing, accessing web-based applications, document processing, and audio/video playback.

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Basics

We need to determine if your ideal mini PC is bare bones or ready-to-go. Put simply, if you’re looking for a quick and easy setup, ready-to-go is your best bet. Otherwise, if you prefer to periodically add, improve, and upgrade your own hardware, namely memory and storage, you’ll want a bare bones PC.

To be clear, many ready-to-go mini PC manufacturers do allow improvements and upgrades. The primary difference between bare bones and ready to go is in the initial setup.

Size

Compared to desktop PCs of yesteryear, today’s mini PCs are microscopic. You can literally stack a dozen or more mini PCs inside the tower of an old desktop computer. Such a huge size reduction affords more freedom in terms of portability and how your workspace is utilized. Typically speaking, mini PCs span a size range from 4 x 4 x .5-inches to 8 x 8 x 2.5-inches. (W x L x H)

Upgradability

The upgradability of your machine can also be a factor. If your mini PC is meant to be an entertainment device, upgradeability may be important to you. As technology continues to progress and cheapen, you may want to outfit your PC with improved, more up-to-date parts.

Features / Capabilities

Lastly, you’ll want to consider what features are required to get the most out of your machine. For example, do you need USB 3.1, or will USB 3.0 work? How many USB ports do you need? Would you like to connect a Thunderbolt device or two (or more)? Would you like the ability to install your own OS? Do you know the maximum amount of memory you’ll need?

All-in-all, there’s a ton of options. Continue readin

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