ASRock Vision 3D HTPC Review

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ASRock Vision 3D Mini PC Review

ASRock Vision 3D – Packaging & Bundle

ASRock package the Vision PC in a box which has product information on most of the sides and a fancy holographic, 3D style image on the front. Inside the system is wrapped in a protective bag and suspended in foam. Bundled with our sample was a quick start guide, DVI to VGA dongle, case stickers and a set of cables which we can use to install a second drive in the system. Also included is the system’s PSU, a 19v/90w model which is manufactured by Delta Electronics.

ASRock have bundled a remote with all of their previous mini-PCs and with this latest model we get a redesign to a thinner, retro style model which runs on button cell batteries (watch battery).

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