Excerpt: It's hard to believe that the first time we set eyes on a Small Form Factor PC was back in December of 2001. Back then, Shuttle was breaking new ground with several new products that helped give birth to a whole new sector in the PC industry. As Shuttle's successes mounted with each new release, other manufacturers took notice and also started jumping into the Small Form Factor foray. One such company to deliver their own mini-barebones units was MSI.
Pros: Great Looks, Competitive Performance, Smart Cable Management, Integrated WiFi, Loads of Integrated Features
Summary: The MSI mPC 945 small form factor system combines what is in the opinion of this reviewer, a well designed stylish form factor with a performing dual-core capable system. While certainly not the end-all-be-all in terms of features, peripherals, overclocking, or expandability, the mPC 945 does well what it set out to do which is to provide a middle ground between performance and noise output.