Desktop computers are shrinking and becoming more compact, which usually means less space to work with under the hood, making upgrades an uphill obstacle course. Forget the tweezers and magnifying glass, Xi3 has rolled out their modular computer—a palm-sized PC that is almost toddler-easy to update, modify and upgrade.
These machines are economically friendly, consuming a fraction of the power regular computers use, and because you can upgrade and assimilate new technology with ease, they won’t become obsolete (and tossed in a landfill) in a few years. The modules can also interlock with each other to build an even more powerful system.
At CES 2011, Smallbiztechnology.com spoke with David Politis, chief marketing officer at Xi3 about their computers.
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