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any1
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re: Xi3: Most un-boring desktop PC ever
any1   10/9/2012 1:25:42 AM
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I guess it's sort of a PC version of an Apple Mini. There could be a market for it if it's done well.

Jack.L
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re: Xi3: Most un-boring desktop PC ever
Jack.L   10/9/2012 1:06:00 AM
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Doesn't having all these different model in someways negate the whole premise of a unit that is easy to upgrade. Sounds like they are creating completely new hardware every time and all that stays the same is some of the hardware. Rather expensive too ... and not expandable. Yes it's small ... and.....well that seems so far to be about it. What do others think?

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