The Rikomagic MK36 is a quadcore Dual OS Mini PC powered by the Intel Z3736F chipset and dual-booting Windows 8.1 with Bing and Android.
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The Ainol Mini PC is the first Windows PC from the tablet maker Ainol. Whilst it shares many specs with devices such as its rivals like to VOYO Mini PC and MINIX NEO Z64, it has a few tricks up its sleeves. Unique to the Ainol is its USB 3.0 port and 7000mAh battery pack, allowing it to run without being connected to power as well as charge your gadgets on the go.
The MINIX NEO Z64 is a quadcore Intel mini PC by famed mini PC manufacturer MINIX. Whilst MINIX have traditionally played in the Android Mini PC space with popular devices such as the X8-H Plus, the MINIX NEO Z64 breaks the mold by coming in both Android and Windows variants. I was fortunate enough to review the Windows Edition, also known as the MINIX NEO Z64W.
The VOYO Mini PC is a portable Windows PC powered by Intel’s quad core Baytrail processor. With 2GB of RAM, 64GB eMMC storage and selling for just $130, how does this budget Windows PC stack up?