Both HP Elite Slice and ACEPC AK1 are very similar in shape. Any of them is a conventional business-focused mini desktop on the surface, but it also has a port on the bottom that allows you to stack it on top of other modules, adding and removing functionality as needed. Know more: ACEPC AK1 Review and Speed Test with Crystal Disk Mark and ATTO Disk Benchmark
Both HP Elite Slice and ACEPC AK1 can run either Windows 10 or Windows 10 Pro, and it’s a relatively clean install of the operating system (this is usually true of business-class systems).
ACEPC AK1 vs HP Elite Slice in Hardware:
HP’s Elite Slice computer is a desktop PC that crams an Intel Skylake processor, up to 8GB of RAM and up to 500GB of storage into a case that’s just 6 inches across and 1.5 inches deep.
ACEPC AK1 mini PC is a desktop PC with Intel Celeron J3455, up to 4GB of RAM and up to 2T of EXTERNAL storage (HDD) into a a case that’s similar to HP’s.
HP’s Elite Slice is equiped with Intel i5/i7 CPU, and ACEPC AK1 features Intel J3455 CPU. The former of course has better performance, but buyers should consider price factor. Check this:
ACEPC AK1 vs HP Elite Slice in Size: HP Slice is a 6.5 x 6.5″ soft-cornered square, ACEPC AK1 is 8.7 x 2.7 x 6 inches.
ACEPC AK1 vs HP Elite Slice in Price: The standard HP Elite Slice base unit will start at $600 for an Intel Core i3 model, while ACEPC AK1 mini PC starts at around $200 (PRO Price) now.