MiniPC from Japan was one of the first few companies to come up with the ultra compact PC concept, and the LF800 is the latest barebones addition to their range. The LF800 is able to support Core Duo T2600/T2500/T2400/T2300 CPU or Core Solo T1300 and Celeron M 430/420 processors, as well as carrying a maximum of 2GB of DDR2 400/533/667MHz RAM. It has enough space for a 3.5” SATA HDD and a PCI-Express slot as well. The WiFi-capable model comes with an antenna behind. It costs around 480 Euros to purchase the LF800 without the hard drive, CPU, RAM, and WiFi.
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