What's the difference between these two systems?

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  1. PerfectBlue97

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    Why's the larger one more expensive, shouldn't it be the smaller one that it more expensive?
     
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    "Would either of them make a good media player PC"
    I'm running an AD02 with win7 pro and xbmc as my main lounge video streamer and it's fine, better than my previous acer revo.

    There's more than one Nano, so check the specs, the wee one is normally more expensive than its equivalent big brother.
     
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    That's what confused me. Both of the systems that I've linked to seem to have the same specs, yet the smaller one is the cheapest.

    Am I not seeing something?
     
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    On the Dabs site,
    AD02- £186.07 size not listed on Dabs but is 18.8 x 18.8 x 4.4 cm
    AD10 (Nano) -£219.99 size 12.7x12.7x4.5 cm
    "Am I not seeing something?"
    The Nano is the smaller one.:) Smaller footprint and slightly thicker, the pictures are deceptive and the Dabs site isn't specific, so its probably an easy source of confusion. The Nano really is small
    :smashin:

    Oh the other main difference that is of interest to forum regulars is that the Nano comes with its own IR remote, so all you have to do is chuck on Openelec, an HD and some Ram and you you should be up and running with XBMC.
     

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    My mistake. I see now.
     

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