Mac Mini vs The Nanode

Engadget reports on the pending release of a very interesting looking box from Hoojum, the Nanode, which bears a striking resemblance to our friend the Mac Mini. It’s running the Nano-ITX mobo at 1GHz (Via) and will be capable of decoding MPEG 2 and 4 on board along with SATA RAID. We’ll see what happens when it comes out gaming  (and if it does) in Q1.

The Nanode is the newest device from Hoojum and clearly the smallest of the three they have. More online gaming details and pending specs can be found here.

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