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Review: Falcon Northwest Tiki (Destructoid)

There's a steadily growing market for smaller and smaller desktops. These are
machines that keep all of the advantages of a full computer (e.g., more power,
ventilation, interchangeable parts) and the portability of a laptop.

The Alienware X51 was one of the first entries into this new space. Small,
powerful, and portable: it was everything I look for in my systems. Now, the
high-end custom manufacturers are striking back with their models with much
more aggressive configurations, and the Tiki is Falcon Northwest's Cruiser-
weight contender.

**Falcon Northwest Tiki**

**Processor: Core i7-3770K**

**Storage: 2TB HDD, 256GB SSB**

**Graphics: Nvidia GTX 680**

**RAM: 8GB @ 1866 Mhz**

**Price as reviewed: $2,881**

Being a LAN junkie, I approached this review from the perspective of a person
who would want something light and fast that had more longevity than a laptop.
From that perspective, the Tiki is a fantastic product held back by one really
awkward design choice.

The first of these will be immediately apparent as soon as the machine
arrives. It's like an adorable Pomeranian puppy named Meatloaf that weighs
80lbs.

The Tiki has a large stone block on the bottom -- ostensibly to keep the very
narrow tower standing up straight. While ...

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