We review many high end, power sapping systems destined to power through a variety of intensive Direct X 11 games at super high resolutions. They also cause a huge dent with your electricity bill. Not everyone wants or needs such a high powered system however and today we have the pleasure to look at the latest iteration of the diminutive Sapphire Edge PC.
This ‘HD3′ version follows the design ethic of the previous versions, aiming for the smallest possible physical footprint while delivering enough processing power to cover a majority of uses.
The Edge HD3 looks very like the older versions of the product … that being super slim with a stylish curved outline. This time around Sapphire have included the latest AMD E450 APU processor. The machine includes a 320GB hard drive, 4GB of DDR3 memory and built in wireless connectivity and a GB LAN port.
The system can support resolutions up to 1920×1080 via an HDMI interface, ideal for connection to a large television or PC monitor.
Above, a picture of the Sapphire Edge HD3 alongside an ASUS USB self powered BluRay drive. This is a great indication of just how small the Edge HD3 really is!
This system is completely ready to rock, all you need is an operating system disc for initial installation.