Alienware DHS2 and Evesham Mini reviewed

Computers, Home cinema, Reviews

Typical; you wait ages for a Windows Media Center PC,
then two come along at once. But these two couldn’t have been more different and
was a real case of beauty and the beast. The Evesham Mini shone through in
terms of its incredible compact design and squeezes in some neat features for its budget
£500 price tag. It makes for a stylish and subtle accessory to your home entertainment
setup. Read

In contrast the Alienware DHS 2 uses a more
muscular approach and packs some serious hardware under its hood. It’s a very
impressive system that has the capacity for strenuous computing tasks matched
with the design of something clearly intended to operate in close proximity to
your home cinema rack. Time to abandon the desk and surf from the sofa. Read

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