Mini-Stromspar-PC wiegt 500g


Windbox-mci-300x326 in Mini-Stromspar-PC wiegt 500g

WindBox von MSI

CeBIT 2009 Die Firma MSI Technology aus Taiwan stellt seine WindBox in einem  Minigehäuse (180x255x19) mm vor. In dem schwarzen 1,9 cm flachen Gehäuse steckt ein kompletter Nettop – ein PC auf Basis des normalerweise in Netbooks verwendeten Intel-Atom-Prozessors. Der Mini-Stromspar-PC wiegt nur ca. 500 Gramm und verschwindet im Handumdrehen hinter dem Monitor – einfach vier Schrauben festziehen, fertig. Dennoch steckt in dem kleinen Paket ein ganzer Rechner: 120 Gigabyte Festplatte, 1 Gigabyte Arbeitsspeicher, 3xUSB-Anschluss, Netzwerk- plus WLAN-Anschluss und Speicherkartenleser.

Preis ca. 320 Euro


Specs:
Intel® AtomTM Processor, Intel® AtomTM N270 1.6GHz (TDP 2.5W), Intel® 945GSE + ICH7M, 1 GB/ 1 x DDR2 SO-DIMM 553/667, up to 1 G, Intel® GMA 950 3D Graphic Engine
1 x VGA, 3 x USB 2.0 Port, 1 x Realtek 10/100 LAN, 1 x Mini-PCIe socket, 2 jacks Mic In, Head Phone Out, 1 x SMA Connector (Optional), 3-in-1 (SD/MMC/Memory Stick), 1 x SATA II, Digital Signage, Thin Client, Low Cost PC, DC 20V,40W

Weitere Info: MSI oder CeBIT Halle 21 Stand D 40 (F120)




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    • Vinadri
      11.05.2009

      noch kleiner und noch spromsparender: FIT PC2 – hab ich gerade gefunden bei http://www.pcgreen.de/PC-Systeme/Fit-PC-2.html . bin durch toms hardwareguido drauf gestossen. echt krass!

    • Francis
      11.05.2009

      Hi Vinadri, danke für den Tipp! Fehlt nur noch der passende Monitor, von daher finde ich das MSI Bundle (noch) interessanter. Aber gute Werte hat der FIT auf jedenfall und klein ist er auch (die Antenne ist ja fast größer als der Rest).

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