At work we have quite a few Fujitsu Esprimo Q910/Q920/Q930 Mini-PCs. They offer quite a bit of power and easily fit on every desk. The ideal office machine ... except when they break :(

    We've been using the CSN-A2-T in a few projects, like the Thermobooth and the Polatherm. It seems to be a quite popular device because it's easy to work with and beacuse thermal paper is extremely cheap.

  • Back when I was a kid, I loved to play the old jump’n'run dos game “Tricky quiky games II”. It was made by Rauser Advertainment (now called K1010) for the Nestle corporation.