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Tranquil PC Launch Series 2 Windows Home Servers and Reduce Prices


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Hot on the heels of the Series 2 SQA-5H Windows Home Server, and the Safe Server Module (SSM), Tranquil will announce tomorrow two new Series 2 Windows Home Servers and a price drop for the SQA-5H.

This is great news for people who are in the market for a lower cost home server and its great to see Tranquil PC pushing forward with new models.

Tranquil PC shipped the first Windows Home Server appliance in Sept 2007, and since that time has won numerous awards and always had the highest rated reviews. We now provide not only the finest, most power efficient Home Servers, but we also can ensure that you can get the best out of your Home Server.

There are 3 models to choose from – the Harmony T7, the Harmony T2 and the SQA-5H.

Harmony T7 – Series 2

The Harmony T7 – Series 2 Home Server in ideal, affordable starter unit. Powered by the latest Intel Atom D510 Dual core CPU, this Home Server delivers outstanding performance, coupled with low power consumption. This high quality unit will be at home anywhere, similar in size to a typical hard back dictionary. With wall mount option, it can be secured out of sight and out of mind. Supporting 4x external HDDs, this is an excellent Server start up option. Why not couple it with the slot on T7-HDx units (and have up to 9TBs of storage)

Harmony T2 – Series 2

The Harmony T2 – Series 2 Home Server for mid range users. Powered by the latest Intel Atom D510 Dual Core CPU, this Home Server delivers outstanding performance, coupled with low power consumption. This slim server supports 2x internal high capacity HDDs, 4x high speed USB HDD ports, and optional 4x eSATA ports. With numerous professional mounting options, this server can sit on your desk, fit in a 19″ rack, sit on the floor, or even be secured to a wall.

SQA-5H – Series 2

Our flagship Home Server, the SQA-5H, powered by the latest 64 bit ready Intel Atom D510 (2×1.66GHz) Dual Core and running Microsoft Windows Home Server. This server provides high capacity, quick installation storage, and a long list of new features. The power consumption is still very low, and it’s still a very quiet server too!
With new accessories such as the SQA-Ex (additional 5x HDDs) and the SQA-HDD1 (HDD carrier) along with a 3 year warranty, this is the Home Server for the discerning buyer.

All models have the following features in common

· Windows Home Server (PP3) Operating system

· Powerful Intel 64 bit D510 CPU (Dual 1.66GHz)

· High Speed Network – Gigabit LAN
· High Speed 800MHz RAM (up to 4GB)
· Silent and reliable Fanless CPU cooling
· Power efficient and cool HDDs
· Designed and manufactured in UK

· AVA CD ripping engine + various Media servers

· 24 month warranty (Except SQA-5H which is 36 months)

Prices range from £249+VAT for the basic Harmony T7, up to £399+VAT for the SQA-5H-1000

Reduced pricing

The SQA-5H pricing has also been reduced, as well as the pricing on additional storage options etc.


To learn more about the new Series 2 Home Servers from Tranquil PC :

To take a quick review of the different versions :


Intel Atom CPU

Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
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.


  1. I have to comment on the support from Tranquil. I bought an AVA media server from them last summer and I am appaled at their poor service. I would not purchase from them again because of this.

    If you are thinking of buying their product spend some time reviewing their support by asking a few questions before you commit and see what sort of response you get. It tends to take about 3 or 4 weeks to get an initial answer from them followed by email ping pong that drags on interminably without seeming to get near a resolution. And on their 'live' chat you can wait for over an hour to get a response.

    Try before you buy.

    • Phil

      I have sent you an email asking you to contact Tranquil directly, along with the person to speak to.

      They should be able to resolve your issue.

      Certainly I havent had any problems with Tranquil support whenever I have used them.


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