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The PC consumes 35 W of power and use it measures 192 x 155 x 26 mm. It has an optional mount allowing it to be hung behind a TV or monitor. The processor is an Atom D2500 from Intel and the machine has VGA out, HDMI out, Bluetooth, five USB ports, and integrated Wi-Fi. Default storage is 320 GB and device has an integrated memory cardreader.
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