Getting Hands-on with Azulle’s Byte 3 Fanless Mini-PC
I recently had a chance to give Azulle’s Byte 3 fanless mini-PC a test run (Fig. 1). This compact platform is a little larger than a NUC, but this allows more space for a 2.5-in SATA drive. It also supports M.2 SATA modules as well. The 2.5-in drives tend to be less expensive and available in higher capacities than the M.2 SATA flash modules. You also have the option to use a flash drive or a disk drive.
UNBOXED: Reviewing the Azulle Inspire Mini PC Barebone System
One of the coolest parts about being in the tech review game is that it opens up doors to testing out gizmos and gadgets that I’d otherwise never lay my hands on. That’s not necessarily for a lack of interest in those products—I wouldn’t still be here covering consumer tech if that was the case. Rather, there are things like the Azulle Inspire that simply intimidate me as an average consumer.
Azulle Access Plus Review: The Best Stick PC You Can Buy
After Intel introduced the first Compute Stick, in 2015, there wasn’t a groundswell of competition imitating the tiny stick PC. That’s a real shame, since the idea of a PC you can stash in a pocket or hide behind any monitor or TV is an intriguing opportunity in our increasingly mobile world. One competitor, the Azulle Access PC ($159.99), manages to not only ape Intel’s design but also offer better performance and more ports. It’s an impressive feat that makes the Azulle Access Plus the best stick PC on the market.
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Fascinated by the potential of a mini PC stick, I took a shot at the Azulle Fanless Mini PC Stick.
As of this writing, I have been using the product for nearly a month now in office. Since I have used the device to its full capabilities, I feel qualified enough to judge the product fairly. Frankly speaking, the tiny mini pc device did make my lives more productive and easier than usual.
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