Japanese manufacturer MiniPC (not to be confused with AOpen's MiniPCs) has introduced yet another build-to-order PC for those who consider size to be a top priority, this one particularly notable for its dual display capabilities. That comes courtesy of the box's dual DVI and VGA ports, which are unfortunately tied to a relatively underpowered Intel 945GM integrated graphics card -- meaning you likely won't be taking one of these to your next LAN party. Otherwise, the system's about as configurable as the space will allow, with anything from a Celeron to Core 2 Duo processor, up to 2GB of RAM, and as big a 3.5-inch hard drive as you can get your hands on. Of course, you'll pay a bit of a premium for all that compactness, with the bare bones unit setting you back 71,400 Yen ($590), and a decently configured box with a Core 2 Duo T7600 processor, 1GB RAM, and a 250GB hard drive running you 190,500 Yen, or just under $1,600.
[Via Akihabara News]
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