Features: A Barebone System Without A CPU
Small vs. Big: a mini-PC (left) and a medium tower (right).
For about $370, you get a barebones system with an extensive range of features (screws, cables, connectors), USB-2 card and a user manual. To make it a fully-functional PC system, you need to purchase an AMD CPU, DDR SDRAM, a hard disk, a keyboard, a mouse and a monitor separately.
USB and FireWire ports are located on the front panel of the case.
In order to install all the components, these panels need to be removed.