We don’t know (though we’d happily accept a device for review if anyone at Asus happens to read this), but it is quite possibly the most easily upgradeable PC we have ever come across, as this video shows:
YouTube link: ASUS VivoPC Overview
This is the only full review we could find. The audio track is in Italian, but you can turn on English subtitles from the CC button in the player (that should appear once you start the video):
YouTube link: Recensione ASUS VivoPC – Review
From what we’re seeing here, it looks like this is a unit to keep an eye on, since it seems to play video pretty smoothly under both Windows and Linux. Just keep in mind that you may want to add or upgrade the memory if you plan to use this for serious computing, but I don’t think you’ll see too many systems that make that an easier process.
Note that this is the lowest-end unit of the VivoPC series, but there are two higher-end models that come in black cases and have upgraded hardware, naturally at a higher price.
Here’s a link to the article that tipped us off to this device:
Asus VivoPC mini-desktop now available for $320 and up
1 thought on “The ASUS VivoPC: Could this be a good Home Theater PC?”
The processor looks weak.