AsiaRF - Tiny Linux Mini PC Supports Both Wifi And Ethernet - The tiny AsiaRF Linux mini PC is priced at just $15 and is equipped with a low heat AWM002, which is a module based on the Ralink RT5350 with 32MB of RAM and 8MB of flash, with Ethernet and 802.11N support included in the tiny package. | Geeky Gadgets
Orange Pi Lite with Quad Core 1.2GHz 512MB DDR3 WiFi Mini PC
Asus VivoMini Barebones Mini PC Launches For $160 - The first in the Asus VivoMini range to launch is a barebones mini PC powered by a Celeron 2957U processor and no storage or memory, but has 2 SODIMM slots for up to 16GB of memory and an mSATA SSD connector for storage. | Geeky Gadgets
Now that we know what the Google Chromecast is, let us do a direct comparison with an Android mini PC. The Chromecast is of course not a direct competitor of the Android mini PC but are there circumstances where it is a better idea to get the Chromecast instead of an Android TV stick? We look at some reasons why people buy an Android mini PC and see if a Chromecast will do instead.
Endless is a mini PC aimed at the developing world Endless is a crowdfunded mini PC that's founded on the idea of turning a user's television set into fully functional PCs. It runs on a proprietary operating system and will launch with a library of apps that work both on and offline.
ASUS' new ViVoPC mini PC can take up to of RAM, your choice of Intel CPU. Asus reveals a new PC, more like a home theater PC for quick internet access to stream internet TV with a plethera of ports and add-ons.