This machine is definitely not trying to compete in the high end computing sphere. However, for a $550 computer
it performs exactly as anyone would expect. I personally found this to be a great little machine to do some quick distro hopping on for Linux, and I’m sure it would make for a decent home media controller set up, given that it has the remote control accessory included. Aside from Minecraft, I’m sure that this particular computer would be more than able to chug along on something like Left4Dead or Team Fortress 2 set on low, even though it definitely was not designed with anything more than workstation or HTPC use in mind.
If you’re looking for a small and light computing alternative that’s not named after a fruit pastry pun and are willing to spend a little more, the Gida i53 is the perfect choice.
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