I'm not sure there's room enough to install one of these bad boys, but Asus' new little desktop is supposedly the world's smallest PC that can still support a fully embedded discrete graphics card for gaming and high-def video. With HDMI and 7.1 audio output, it could make a nice Blu-ray player. Because of a thermal cooling module that "insulates heat from the cooling fan," it manages to idle at a relatively low 24dB noise level. Still, it's not super small, at 11 inches wide by 3 inches tall, and besides that, sources don't say exactly what graphics card Asus chose to fully embed. We do like that satin-finish codex design, though. [Fareastgizmos.com]
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