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11th of December 2018

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This Impressively Powerful Mini PC Is A Great Gift For Under $160

Desktop computers are notorious for being bulky, towering machines that take up a ton of desk space and are no fun to transport. The Fusion C Mini PC, however, is looking to change that. You can get it on sale and save an extra 15% when you use the code MERRY15 at check out, lowering the final price to only $153.

The Fusion C is a fully realized personal computer that runs all your favorite productivity apps with ease but is small and lightweight enough that you can take it wherever you go. It’s perfect for students, business professionals on the go, and everyone in between. If you need portable computing power, the Fusion C is exactly what you’ve been searching for.

Not much larger than a small cigar box, the Fusion C comes with a built-in Intel quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and a pre-installed version of Windows 10, so you can easily power through your daily to-dos. It's engineered with flash storage that's up to 15x faster than regular 5400-rpm hard drives, letting you load your essential files in a flash. Plus, the 3dB WiFi antenna makes connecting to WiFi a breeze.

The Fusion C is also big on connectivity, with HDMI, VGA, LAN, three USB 2.0 ports and a Micro-SD card slot built in. That way, you can easily connect your Fusion C to your monitor, phone, printer, and the like seamlessly. 

What's more, the Fusion C is so small, it doesn't need a fan to keep itself cool, meaning you can work throughout the day in sweet silence.

If you’re looking for portable computing power but don’t want to skimp on performance, then this offer is timely. The Fusion C Mini PC is valued at $275, but you can get it for just $153 with code MERRY15. 

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