Jetway MiniTOP review JBC600C99-52W -
Here's the backside of the mini-top. From left to right we see the power connector, two USB ports (2.0), Ethernet jack (10/100/1000 Mbit), an USB/eSATA combo connector, a DVI connector, HDMI connector and finally the spot where we can mount the wireless antenna.
The unit itself is positioned at a stand giving it a very slim look, somewhat stylish as well. Though, guys and gals from Jetway, it would have made more sense to put that sticker not on top but at the bottom of the device ... *peels away*
Included in the package by the way is a handy IR media remote control. All basic functions are on there and the range is decent. This is IR though, so you must be in the vicinity and the angle of the Mini-TOP. It's standard windows compatible, meaning that even at the Windows desktop, you can use it as a mouse without the need of installing software.
So once we push the cover lid towards the backside of the product ... we can see what's inside of it.
Jetway has jumped on the Mini HTPC market with their new and quite funky looking Mini-TOP. In its bare essence this pretty much a tiny PC that is armed with an Atom D525 Processor clocked at 1.80GHz and then combined with a NVIDIA's ION2 GPU / chipset implementation to make the most out of a typically very limited environment.
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