80
Global
Score
80

There's a lot to like about this in spite of a few flaws.

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AnandTech says:

For anyone in the market for a high end HTPC with a small form factor and low power consumption, the Vision 3D is the perfect choice. Its feature set makes it one of the most future proof PCs to have ever graced our doors.
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Breakdown

Size and weight
9.3
Noise
8.5
Expandability
7.0
Design and form factor
8.0
Power consumption
8.0
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Specs

Vision

Type
Media / HTPC
Bundled OS
Windows
Video outputs
DVI, HDMI
System RAM
4 GB
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Specs

Vision

Type
Media / HTPC
Bundled OS
Windows
Video outputs
DVI, HDMI
System RAM
4 GB
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