Sapphire Edge-HD Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Sapphire Edge-HD Reviews11
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|Inside Hardware||---||May 14 '11|
|Overclockers Club||---||Feb 14 '11|
|PureOverclock.com||---||Feb 15 '11|
|techPowerUp!||9.4/10||Mar 11 '13|
|techPowerUp!||9.0/10||Mar 30 '11|
|Techware Labs||---||Feb 22 '11|
|XSreviews.co.uk||---||Apr 07 '11|
|Neoseeker||---||Feb 14 '11|
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"If you are looking for a general family PC for someone that does a lot Facebook and net browsing then this is a great choice. If you need a small workstation to access internet application or do basic office work this is a great option. If you gaming is limited to older games, simple games, social games or the games you want to play can be found on a streaming service like Onlive then this is a solid buy."
"In the end the verdict depends on how you plan on using the mini PC. The HD4 is a smart solution if you need a relatively powerful compact PC, as the processor is significantly faster than previous models. If you need decent graphical performance, we recommend that you get something with AMD hardware. The Sapphire Edge VS4, which we haven't tested, has an AMD A4 CPU and is more expensive, but likely a better choice for graphics. We did test the Edge VS8, but it is too expensive for what it offers."
"A very good ATOM/ION system with exceptionally compact case and ultra-low noise operation. Ideal for general desktop/productivity use and enjoying HD media."
"Edge certainly isn’t the first or the latest miniature PC with the primary purpose of serving as the household media centre, but it definitely is the best designed and most compact of the ones we’ve had the chance to see thus far. It has respectable hardware for this device class, which makes it productive as well, and you might even play older games on it. A dual-core CPU that won’t be stricken down by several programs running at the same time, GeForce that chews on any video that you put in front of it, sufficient RAM to make Windows 7 jump around, complete support for all types of video/audio formats and subtitles, and all this for a price of a good Blu-ray player - what else could you wish for?"
"Standing just 9 inches tall, Sapphire really brings the "mini" to the Edge-HD Mini PC."