Can play 1080p video easily.
ION 2 with GT218 and 512MB memory good enough for casual gaming.
Intel Atom 510 processor.
Low noise levels.
4x USB connectivity.
Drivers on USB stick.
HDMI cable included.
DVI adapter cable included.
Front USB ports.
Excellent built quality.
No USB 3.0.
No optical out.
Not possible place on VESA mounts.
No card reader.
No IR sensor and remote control for media center.
Hulu slows the system down (may be fixed with future Flash Player update).
By InsideHW on May 14, 2011
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By ITP.net on May 08, 2011
An ultra-compact nettop that packs enough firepower to tackle everyday apps and games....100
By Channel News Australia on May 05, 2011
As media players go, this one has a lot of style, and an obvious appeal as a home theatre PC. The Sapphire Edge HD Mini PC has compact dimensions and has been billed as the smallest PC in the world. But can it stand up against the big boys as a media...70
By Smarthouse on May 05, 2011
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By LanOC Reviews on April 20, 2011
The Edge HD is impressive on multiple levels. I brought it along with me to our LAN this past weekend and while it was sitting on the registration table we had countless people come up and ask about it. That was simply because of its size; even...100
By TechRadar on April 11, 2011
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By XSReviews on April 08, 2011
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By itreviews.com on April 06, 2011
If you're looking for an ultra-small PC, Sapphire's EDGE-HD will undoubtedly appeal. Its simple-yet-attractive design impresses, and the inclusion of an HDMI output makes it perfect for use as a home theatre PC. However, you're clearly...60
By techPowerUp! on March 30, 2011
The Sapphire Edge-HD shows us what the next generation of NVIDIA ION chipsets is capable of. Overall dimensions have become even smaller, noise level has been reduced, while overall performance and power efficiency increased. The Sapphire Edge-HD will...90
By Bright Side of News on March 23, 2011
Extremes are controversial; it seems to be a fact of life. Whenever anything steps too far outside the bounds of accepted standards or common practice it generally faces much greater scrutiny than those that choose to play within the boundaries. The...-