Posted on Thursday, March 09 2006 @ 01:03:11 CET by LSDsmurf
Today we review AOpen's XC Cube EZ482. For those that are not familiar with the XC Cube, as of the date this article is published, it comes in three sizes – a mini size (comparable to AOpen's Mini and the Mac Mini), a traditionally sized Small Form Factor, and a self-described "Cube Tower". As we will discuss in this review, this is a great example of a Small Form Factor that, if presented to the public, would find broad acceptance. It has sleek lines, a finish that rivals pianos (no exaggeration – it literally reflects the world around it), and solid performance..