Conclusion: The Intel Atom processors have made it possible to produce smaller and smaller PCs, and the Viewsonic VOT120 PC Mini is a prime example. This is the smallest fully-functional Windows XP desktops we've ever reviewed.
Pros: Very compact. Quiet. VESA mount included. 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi. Power sipping. eSATA port. Innovative. 2GB of memory. No bloatware.
Cons: Won't run most of our benchmark tests. Doesn't include keyboard and mouse.
Summary: The Viewsonic VOT120 PC Mini is a curious little thing. It’s based on the same Atom technology that we’ve been seeing in netbooks for a while now. As this technology has been around for a while now you’d expect that all the lessons had been learnt by everyone by now.