Check out our review of the CyberPower Zeus Mini gaming PC.
Perhaps popularized by the introduction of the Steam Machine, it seems as if small form factor PCs are gaining more and more traction as of late. Now, CyberPower is the latest PC maker to introduce a new batch of dwarfish computers. This new line is dubbed the Zeus Mini.
With the case measuring 13 x 17.4 x 4.4-inches, the Zeus Mini is a far cry from the behemoth gaming PCs you’re likely accustomed to. That doesn’t mean that the CyberPower Zeus Mini doesn’t pack a punch on the inside though.
Don’t be concerned about pricing though. You don’t need a god-like bank account in order to get your hands on CyberPower’s latest creation. For instance, the Zeus Mini starts at $599 and include and AMD A10-7850K processor, 8GB of RAM, a 500GB 7,200 rpm hard drive, an 8x DVD burner, Windows 8.1 and more. Meanwhile, the top level default config is priced at $1,479 and wields a beefy Intel Core i7-4770K processor, 16GB of RAM, a spacious 2TB 7,200 rpm hard drive, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 780 graphics card with 3GB of RAM and Windows 8.1.
In all, there are eight Zeus Mini default configurations, and all of them are highly customizable, giving you the ability to raise the price of your Zeus Mini to epic proportions. As for the availability, the Zeus Mini can be had right now.
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