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Configurable with the same CPUs and capacities as full-size desktop computers, a mini PC has no internal expansion, much like an all-in-one computer where all components are housed inside the monitor case. See Mac mini, NUC and all-in-one.

Characteristics of a minicomputer

Its size is smaller than a mainframe or supercomputer. It is less expensive than mainframe or supercomputer. It is less powerful than mainframe or supercomputer and more powerful than microcomputers and workstations. It can do several tasks at once.

Minicomputer, Computer that is smaller, less expensive, and less powerful than a mainframe or supercomputer, but more expensive and more powerful than a personal computer.

While AMD’s processors might be better than Intel’s when it comes to gaming, the world of mini PCs is still not great for a gamer. Even powerful mini PCs don’t run the latest games very well. If you’re an avid gamer, I’d suggest you avoid a mini PC as the experience just won’t be good enough to justify the investment.

A minicomputer, or colloquially mini, is a class of smaller computers that was developed in the mid-1960s and sold for much less than mainframe and mid-size computers from IBM and its direct competitors.

Microcomputers usually refer to laptop or desktop PCs that you use in a typical household, whereas minicomputers, which were primarily used from 1960 to 1980, are generally larger, but have limited functionality and slower processors.

Yes, banks, businesses, and especially government institutions still use mainframes. (Heck, they still use COBOL). The cool ones are now called “Supercomputers”. But, companies like IBM still sell more mundane mainframes.