Mini-PCs are currently one of the fastest growing desktop market segments, alongside all-in-ones and other small form factor (SFF) variants. While on the full desktop side most of the sales are still for ATX-sized devices, a lot of attention is put towards the growth of the mini-ITX market. To that extent, ASUS has designed and are bringing to market a pair of gaming PCs. ROG G20 Gaming Desktop The G20 Gaming Desktop, winner of a Best Choice Golden Award at Computex, uses a 12.5 liter chassis with no visible vents to support a Haswell Core i7 CPU with an NVIDIA GTX 780. The design uses ‘aggressive’ lines with a matte black finish in the red/black style of ASUS’ gaming range. The lighting...
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