Hardware Secrets have been taking a look at the ASRock DeskMini 110 Mini-PC - here's a snippet:\n\n[QUOTE]The DeskMini 110 is, like its name suggests, a desktop computer in a very small size. It is bigger than a typical NUC, but it has the advantage of using a regular desktop CPU, while NUCs usually come with soldered, low-TDP (and low performance) CPUs. The DeskMini 110 measures 6.1 x 6.1 x 3.1 inches (155 x 155 x 80 mm), which is aproximately the size of a typical desktop power supply.\n\nThere are three versions of the product: the DeskMini 110 (which we are analyzing), the DeskMini 110W (which comes with a Wi-Fi interface) and the DeskMini 110/COM (which comes with a legacy serial port).\n\nThe DeskMini 110 is a barebone PC, which means it comes with chassis, power supply, and motherboard, but you have to install a CPU, RAM, and a storage device. Its motherboard has an LGA1151 socket, being compatible with sixth- and the forthcoming seventh-generation Intel CPUs, with TDP up to 65 W. It has also two SODIMM DDR4 slots for RAM, and has two bays for 2.5 inches storage devices.[/QUOTE]\n\n[ATTACH=full]2279[/ATTACH] \n\nRead more [URL='http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/asrock-deskmini-110-mini-pc/']here[/URL].