“Ace Computers just announced a new line of built-to-last Vision Pico branded mini PCs/mini desktops. All models offer the most cost-effective processing power in a compact design; with a range of processor, port, memory, and storage options”
“The Tab 10 has a 9.7-inch, 2048 x 1536 display — just like the iPad — with front- and rear-facing cameras, an estimated nine hours of battery life, an OP1 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a USB-C port. There’s also a microSD card slot and a headphone jack.” The Verge
“The Witcher 3 at 60FPS? Yep, the Alienware Alpha can do that. With an ultra-small form factor, NVIDIA GTX 960 GPU graphics powering high-end gaming, it’s hard to figure out what it can’t do.” Dell – Alienware Alpha
Change the way you view desktop gaming”
Video: Alienware Alpha R2 Desktop: Up Close 1:24
“A gaming desktop that performs like a console, with an intuitive UI, full access to Steam and robust gamepad support that makes it perfectly suited for fragging away on the couch.” — Tom’s Guide
“For 1080p gaming, whether it’s in the living room on your big screen TV or a dedicated PC space with a computer monitor, the Alpha R2 brings the requisite horsepower.” — HotHardware.com
I am excitingly awaiting the arrival of my new ASUS Chromebook Flip C302 with Intel Core m3, 12.5-Inch Touchscreen, 64GB storage and 4GB RAM. I did a lot of research and narrowed down my choice between the Samsung Pro and this computer. Of course, I would love a new $995 Pixel but I cannot afford that.
UPDATE: I received my ASUS Chromebook Flip C302 and love it! A few of the features that I like are:
Its integration with Google Drive
The size of the drive
Size of the monitor
The ‘function’ alternative keys including the switch windows, volume adjustment keys, etc.