Sapphire recently unveiled a new Mini PC that has been dubbed the Edge HD2 by the company. It comes in a slim and compact form factor and was developed to deliver higher performance as earlier models released by the PC maker. With the Sapphire Edge HD2 users get the option to choose between the Free DOS or the Windows 7 Ultimate Edition OS. Just so you have an idea of how compact this device is, it can be compared amongst a paperback book and probably smaller than most wireless access point on the market.
Specification-wise the Edge HD2 it gets powered by 1.8GHz Intel Atom D525 dual core processor, up to 320GB of Hard Drive storage, NVIDIA ION2 graphics card with 512MB RAM and 2GB of DDR3 RAM. There are also a few connectivity options which includes WiFi 802.11b/g/n, VGA, HDMI and USB 2.0 ports plus it is a eco-friendly so it will consume under 30W of power while in operation which is approximately 10 times less than the conventional desktop computer.
Source: Sapphire Tech