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Old 14th June 2005, 17:20   #1
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Default Biostar Barebone Systems: Minimal Size Maximal Functionality

If you want a small modern home PC with the functionality of a desktop system then you should definitely check out our review of a few solutions from Biostar. We can’t think of a home application this machine wouldn’t be able to handle: starting with the latest games and finishing with the role of a home information-and-entertainment center.

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