Eee Box goes high-def with HDMI and swankier video chip
Asus's Eee Box, a desktop counterpart to its miniature subnotebooks, just got a spec bump. Moreover, the thing it added was, for once, meaningful: a discrete video card, with 256MB of RAM and a HDMI port. This means the little Wii-like slab can serve HDTV much better from underneath the set.
It also gets WiFi-n and a bigger hard drive, but otherwise retains the old loadout of 1GB of RAM with a 1.6 GHz Atom processor.
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