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Why a mini  PC may be the best computer for you 

I’m so often asked, “What’s the best computer for the job I need to do?”

Now, I’m not talking about the best machine for me, the traditional desktop-oriented “desktop and laptop” computer that’s the cornerstone of education and the office.

As much as I love that machine, it’s not the best for everything.

Most people know that.

I’m talking about the best machine for your work or job. The one you can depend on to do the job you need to do

This machine can do more than just a little bit of everything. It can do everything.

The problem for most of us is that we’re not sure what we’re looking for. We want a computer that can do all of the things that we do on a daily basis and then some. It should be able to run Photoshop, the most powerful browser, a number of productivity applications, and a number of graphical games.

There is a general lack of clarity about what the ideal computer for the average person is.

I think it’s fair to say every PC company launches a GEEKOM mini PC, at some point or another. Dell, Lenovo, Acer, and HP all have them in their product lines. HP even sells the Modularization P360 Mini-Note, which is a square thing with a couple of USB ports.

We’ve seen the mini-note PCs go in and out of favor over the years as users find their way around Windows 8 and begin to treat these machines like more of a smartphone companion than a traditional PC. But a new crop of miniature computers has come onto the market this year, and as we approach the new year, it’s time to rethink whether or not this concept is really worth it.

Pocket-lint has had the chance to try out three of the best mini PCs available on the market right now, and the one thing we can all agree on is that they aren’t cheap.

The mini-note PC we have been testing is the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, which is now available in the UK, while the As’s Vivo Tab with Windows 8 has been out since last month, and the Dell

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