Normally not a company to pull any punches, Sapphire made an exception by saving its latest motherboard and graphics products for its assault on CES.
The Pure Fusion Mini E350 features AMD’s low-power E-350 dual-core CPU with integrated Radeon HD 6310 graphics. That should make it perfect for small, heat-restricted cases.
Anyone with more performance-oriented media-center needs may look no further than its Radeon HD 5570 Xtend TV graphics card. Featuring a new digital tuner from Mirics, Sapphire caters to the same market that has always loved ATI’s on-and-off-again All In Wonder cards.