The antithesis to hulking full-tower computers are mini PCs, like Intel’s NUC and Zotac’s range of Zbox machines. They’re small enough to fit on top of a desk, or in an entertainment center, without sticking out. Then there’s the LarkBox, a PC that’s so small you could cram it into your pocket or hold it in the palm of your hand, and it’s even capable of outputting at 4K.

This is the basis for the claim that it is the “world’s smallest 4K mini PC,” as Chinese manufacturer Chuwi advertises on the LarkBox’s Indiegogo page. It measures around 2.4 x 2.4 x 1.7 inches. It is a different form factor than Intel’s Compute Stick, which measures 4.06 x 1.46 x 0.47 inches and can also output at 4K, so I won’t nitpick the claim.

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