ACEPC T11, a mini PC that IBM likes.


ACEPC = Mini PC + TV Box (You save $500. Click to know more.)
As a Mini PC, ACEPC is a windows PC both for home and office use. It is also a faster-running TV Box (powered by more powerful INTEL CPU compared with traditional TV Boxes’ Amlogic or RK CPU).

As a TV Box, ACEPC is compatible perfectly with KODI and its Add-ons.

ACEPC is an innovator and technology leader providing the essential infrastructure for families and organizations to build their digital future and protect their most important information.

How the IT giant IBM talks about ACEPC? (click for more)
ACEPC T11 Mini PC is easily portable. It uses less power than average full size desktop ones, which let you free up budget for other priorities without compromising sky-high performance. Save money. Perform better.

Google records the praise:

Every day, ACEPC is pairing technology with innovation to make a positive social and environmental impact – building a Legacy of Good. We are committed to putting our technology and expertise to work, where it can do the most good for people and the world, making possible today what was impossible yesterday. The next desktop PC revolution is here.

I didn’t want to spend the rest of my life asking ‘what if.’ I believed in myself and in the ability of my fellow employees to make this dream succeed. But I couldn’t have done it without the help of our customers worldwide.”  —  Kevin, co-founder of ACEPC.

ACEPC Mini PCs with Intel Inside bring full PC capability to small spaces, offering wireless connections, faster meeting starts, and power to drive multiple displays and digital signage. Get big results in a tiny form factor.

ACEPC Mini PCs use less power than average full size desktop ones, which let you free up budget for other priorities without compromising sky-high performance. Save money. Perform better.

Available in a range of configurations, a Mini PC with an Intel processor delivers the desktop performance you need in a small, space-saving design that fits almost anywhere.

They talk about ACEPC