Sapphire reveals new Edge-HD3 Mini PC

Sapphire has unveiled a new mini PC that follows in the footsteps the first Edge-HD Mini PC, which was launched not too long ago.

The new Edge-HD3 Mini PC boosts performance in comparison to the first version and bets on AMD instead of Intel this time. This is the reason why it comes with an AMD E-450 APU, running at 1.60 GHz. Other major components received a boost too – while the Intel Atom-powered original included just 2 GB of RAM and a 250 GB HDD, the Edge-HD3 packs 4 GB of RAM and a 320 GB HDD into the same small frame. In addition there’s a HDMI port for 1920×1080 output and there’s also an HDMI-DVI converter cable in the box. Users will also find 2 USB 3.0 ports, 2 USB 2.0 ports, an Ethernet port and built-in Wi-Fi. The only thing that is missing is an operating system.

Sapphire Edge-HD3 mini PC

As of now there’s no information on the pricing but dedicated Sapphire fans can check Sapphire’s web site for more information including a complete list of specs.

Source: Meetgadget

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