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Review: Mini Computers for Business The newest miniature desktop PCs are priced right, easy on your utility bill and really pack a wallop.

By Jonathan Blum

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When it comes to your business, you want to think big. But when it comes to computers for your business, it could pay to think small. Really small.

The newest miniature desktop computers are compact and energy-efficient, and while they are made to handle mostly basic business functions, they boast some surprising power and features.

Mini desktop PCs are all about avoiding the drawbacks of their full-size PC cousins. They're cheap (about the same price as many tablet computers); save valuable desktop real estate; and use considerably less power, generate less heat and make less noise. Properly configured, a tiny-PC office will be easier to cool and have lower utility bills.

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