UNBOXED: Reviewing the Azulle Inspire Mini PC Barebone System
One of the coolest parts about being in the tech review game is that it opens up doors to testing out gizmos and gadgets that I’d otherwise never lay my hands on. That’s not necessarily for a lack of interest in those products—I wouldn’t still be here covering consumer tech if that was the case. Rather, there are things like the Azulle Inspire that simply intimidate me as an average consumer.
It’s not easy, as someone who covers consumer tech, to admit that a product like the Inspire intimidate or confuse me, but that’s the case. I understand computers, generally speaking. But my understanding—or desire to understand them, really—has typically been limited to the things you see on the outside: keyboards, monitors, mice, etc. When it comes to the guts of a computer, I understand that higher numbers mean better performance, and I get that more powerful systems are needed to run more demanding programs.
And forget about asking if I’ve ever ventured to open up a fully loaded PC in an attempt to self-upgrade.