The MSI Cubi mini computer is the smallest personal computer in the world

MSI Cubi

Since the advent of laptops, smartphones and tablets, personal computers have been losing popularity. It seems like outdated technology, but not if you ask MSI, the company behind the PC Cubi, the world's smallest PC. It used Intel processors with a Broadwell core made with 14-nanometer technology, which enables incredible compactness.

A mini computer MSI Cubi it is the smallest personal computer in the world, which measures only 25x115x111 millimeters or 0.45 liters, but despite its compactness, it is also capable of more demanding tasks. Not only is it barely noticeable compared to its PC brethren, it's also in operation quiet as a mouse (21.7 dB, which is less than in libraries, where the "noise" is up to 40 dB) regardless of whether it is equipped with a processor Core i5-5200U, Core i3-5005U, Pentium-3805U or Celeron-3205U. It has tons of “mandatory” connectors USB 2.0 and 3.0, up to Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi 802.11ac and an RJ45 interface.

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The most basic MSI Cubi is available for 140 euros.
The most basic MSI Cubi is available for 140 euros.

Cubi with Microsoft operating system Windows 8.1 it has 8 GB of built-in memory and up to 4 GB of system memory, and there is also VESA mount, so that we can attach it to screen or HDTV TV, where the HDMI and Mini DisplayPort interfaces take care of the picture. It supports the format HD and 4K (4096 x 2160 at 60 frames per second) and has extremely low power consumption (TDP). It is sufficient for both personal and business needs and is complete March 2015 also already available.

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