Latest reports that Lenovo and Sony will create a joint venture for VAIO PCs are inaccurate
USB 3 and Ethernet as standard make Intel's diminutive box increasingly credible
Sapphire’s tiny PC looks the part, but poor performance from the AMD APU and a high price leave it lagging behind the competition
Not cheap, but it’s a wonderfully compact and efficient PC with a surprising array of ports
A neat and compact chassis, and although it isn’t powerful, it’s an ideal media PC for the price
Brazos doesn’t revolutionise the nettop, but this is undoubtedly a stylish and well-rounded little system
Aside from its size it's unremarkable and, thanks to its lack of OS, not as good value as it might look
Superb design, decent media performance and an attractive price make this a focused living room option
A discreet, low-power PC with plenty of storage space and HD-capable graphics
It looks nice and the touchscreen works well, but this new EeeTop is overpriced and underpowered
Impressive performance from such a tiny PC, but the price is a touch too high
Tiny, efficient and attractively priced, if you just need the bare essentials it's ideal
Medion squeezes an impressive amount of hardware into "probably" the world's smallest nettop
Finally, the first genuinely desirable nettop, thanks to an HD-capable graphics chip.
A very likeable all-in-one - albeit limited in its usefulness beyond basic functions.
A dual-core Atom boosts performance, but this isn't quite the best nettop around
A poor choice of components leaves it short on both value and innovation.
Looks, features, value: this is the first nettop we've seen to genuinely appeal in all the key areas.
Astonishingly cheap - if you're after a low-power system for basic tasks then this is a prime contender.
A decent touchscreen device for a relatively cheap price - but it remains a niche product.
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