The personal computer has been changing and shifting towards common electrical appliances like a music box or TV-set.
Today’s “mini” computer systems fall short yet of the industry leaders’ vision of the “brave future world”, but as the tendency becomes stronger, mini-systems lose their last traces of resemblance to the last-century PC. The brilliant Small Form-Factor PC is on the surge, with everyone announcing new mini-systems everywhere: each company is willing to run ahead of the times and offer something new and original to the public.
I guess you are well acquainted with a Taiwanese ASUS Company, so without any empty preliminaries we will turn to its new product – the ASUS Terminator 2 barebone system (ASUS T2-P).
The Terminator 2 has respectable and stylish looks with its dark-gray sides and bright details of the “metallized” front panel; the combination of rectangular shapes and rounded corners adds solidity to this case:
The T2-P comes with a user’s manual, a CD with drivers and utilities, a SerialATA cable and two antennas (a frame aerial which can be inserted into the included base or to hung on the wall and a dipole antenna for wireless networking):