Dell’s Studio Hybrid Mini PC

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dell - engadgetDell has a new contender in the miniature PC market that has analysts buzzing all around. According to Gizmodo and Engadget, the Studio Hybrid Mini PC has been spotted. This one has even more power than their original mini-PC that was unveiled in April.

Gizmodo reports the mini PC has “320GB HDD, 4GB RAM, five USBs, HDMI, DVI, S/PDIF, DVD+R and memory card reader inside,” which will make Dell a top contender against other mini PC models. It’s no surprise that many PC makers are taking the mini laptop route such as Apple’s Macbook Air, HP’s Mini-Note and Asus’ EEE PC 900. However, Dell seems to be focusing on the mini-desktop and this new buzz on their Studio Hybrid has several buyers excited.

The Studio Hybrid seems to be the next evolution to Dell’s already mentioned mini-PC that was encased in bamboo. The mini-bamboo-PC is said to be the smallest-ever computer which is 81% smaller than a standard desktop, according to Engadget.

Sources aren’t sure when Dell will release this newer mini-PC but the price range is said to be within $500 to $700.

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One Comment to “Dell’s Studio Hybrid Mini PC”

  1. Takeo says:

    I might be betanig a dead horse, but thank you for posting this!

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