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Tranquil PC Launch the T3N

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Today Tranquil PC launched their new computer, the T3N. According to their website:

“Our new range of fan less Intel Atom N270 powered PCs are based on our popular T3 chassis. These units are compact, cost effective and can be customised to your requirements. Finished in different colours, they can be mounted neatly on your desk or under your LCD monitor. The CPU powering the T3N series is the Intel Atom N270, this is an ideal processor for general daily internet and desktop tasks. It is not a games rig, but for general purpose web browsing, email, word processing etc it is ideal. The most interesting feature is the power consumption, even with a HDD spinning you will be using much less that 20W from this amazing, miserly PC.
All the products come with the Tranquil PC Ltd ‘Zero Carbon in use’ certification. All standard environmental requirements are adhered to i.e. RoHS.”

Prices start from £119 (excluding VAT) and more information can be found by clicking here.

Expect a review very soon – this could make a very interesting, and very very cheap Windows Home Server!

Specification

Unit dimensions
210 (d) x 65 (h) x 240 (w)

Unit construction
ABS outer shell, with SEC inner chassis

CPU
32 bit Intel Atom N270 (1 x 1.6GHz / 512KB L2 cache) with speed step – 533MHz FSB

Chipset
Intel 82945GSE Northbridge + ICH7M Southbridge

Graphics
Intel Extreme (GMA950)

Memory
1x DDR SO-DIMM 533/667MHz (up to 2GB) – 200 pin

HDD
1x 3.5″ (Green Power) or 1x 2.5″ SATA HDDs can be fitted

Expansion
1x Mini-PCI Express slot (for WiFi)

Internal expansion
1x SPDIF, 2+2 HD Audio, Front Mic/Headphone, 1x Parallel, 1x PS2, 2x RS232, 4x USB2.0 – LVDS

Colour options
Black, Sparkle Blue or Sparkle Pink

Front panel
Power switch and  Power / HDD activity LEDs

Rear panel
12V DC power in / 3x USB2.0 / 10.100.1000 LAN (incl PXE Support) / Audio Out / VGA / DVI-D

Weight
Base unit (nett) 2.1Kg

Power supply
60W External AC/DC included with country specific power cord

Working temp
Maximum 40’C ambient

Mounting options
Desk

Power consumption
from 13W (base unit)

Acoustics
17dBA (incl 1x HDD) or 0dBA without HDD

Software
As selected

Andrew Edneyhttps://moviesgamesandtech.com
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.

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