Three New Nettop Models of NanoPC Series from Foxconn

Foxconn Electronics introduces three new nettops which replenish NanoPC 7000 series. All three, NanoPC AT-7300, NanoPC AT-7500 and NanoPC AT-7700, are claimed to be practically noiseless due to the improved integration and layout base. As scheduled by Foxconn, all the models will become available in March 2013 and will be priced at $390, $480, $600 correspondingly.

These nettops are based on Intel Ivy Bridge platform but are equipped with a bit different CPUs. Thus, NanoPC AT-7300 model accommodates Intel Core i3-3217U processor that operates at 1.8GHz clock frequency; NanoPC AT-7500 model houses Intel Core i5-3317U processor with 1.7GHz clock frequency; NanoPC AT-7700 takes Intel Core i7-3517U processor with 1.9Ghz frequency as the basis.

The integrated motherboard complies with a mobile chipset Intel HM76 Express and features Intel HD Graphics 4000 graphics core. Internal layout of all nettops presupposes the installation of 16GB DDR3 RAM and of additional HDD/SSD drive …

RunCore Highlights a New Business SSD Kylin III

Each and every SSD, supplied by numerous reputable companies, offers practically unbelievable Write/Read speeds, as well as prolonged durability. Indeed, the developments in this segment have achieved considerable heights, presenting unprecedented facilities for potential customers. RunCore does not leg behind the others and highlights with special honor its new business solid-state drive model, codenamed Kylin III. This model is primarily destined to be employed in highly-demanding systems, such as databases, server PCs, HPC systems, and many other high-end applications.

SSD Kylin III will be delivered in three capacity variations: 450GB, 785GB and 1.6TB. All models are based on MLC NAND memory type and employ PCI Express 1.0 x8/2.0 x4 interface. They are initially characterized by an amazing utmost performance: up to three million IOPS in random Read mode (512 byte). Moreover, the user is capable to create RAID array, combining a few SSDs Kylin III; this will dramatically …

Deepcool Debuts with the First Mid-Tower Case Entitled Pangu

Deepcool has been producing high-efficiency cooling solutions for many years in a row. Nonetheless, the company decided to expand its production line with PC cases. Deepcool Pangu is the first company’s elaboration in this segment. It is developed in a mid-tower form-factor and comes in two color variations – black and white. Upon the whole, the case features an unpretentious design, but is ready to amaze every user by internal layout.

Therefore, Pangu is predestined for ATX and micro-ATX motherboards, as well as for ATX-compatible PSUs. It accommodates seven PCI Express expansion slots, three mounting seats for 5.25-inch drives, and a couple of removable baskets for the installation of up to six drives (either 3.5-inch or 2.5-inch standard). Mounting process does not require the involvement of any special tools.

Deepcool Pangu boasts the availability of multiple bays for fans fixture. There are two mounting seats for 120 mm fans in the frontal part of the chassis. If …
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