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    MSI Cubi 2

    Looking to downsize your PC? They don't come much smaller than this.
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    Re: MSI Cubi 2

    Your link at the end saying it's available to buy from Argos, actually links to Scan, where it's not available to buy. Just a small thing might need correcting. Also the link is too a Gigabyte rather than this MSi NUC.

    Nice review though !

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    Re: MSI Cubi 2

    These PC's are such a wasted opportunity. They'd be a great choice for the majority of users, if the pricing was more sensible - right now, you can get an equivalent laptop for less
    http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/comput...56935-pdt.html

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    Re: MSI Cubi 2

    I really can't argue with you there. At least now SSDs are coming to more affordable laptops prices. 5400rpm hard drives have been a major bottleneck for basic laptops for years.

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    Re: MSI Cubi 2

    The price and performance of these doesn't seem to have changed significantly in years. I've got a couple of Gigabyte Brixs at home, a low power Celeron and an i3, the Brix GB-XM12-3227. Back in 2014 the i3 version with 4GB RAM and a 128GB SSD and a Windows 8 license didn't cost me any more than this.

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