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Originally Posted by yogev_ezraOffer is valid Worldwide so all of you Bit-Tech readers from Panama, Estonia, New Zealand and elsewhere are welcome to contact us :D
Originally Posted by amdaviesI'm really tired of all the "greenwashing" be perpetrated by companies, it's just a way of trying to make sales by attempting to guilt consumers into making the supposed good choice over all of the evil ones. A large portion of the energy required by a computer is used in the manufacturing stage, before the machine is even plugged into a socket.
Originally Posted by feathersWhere's the HDMI? Just a VGA port? 450 pounds? They're having a laugh right? This must be a late april fool joke? Could build a green mini PC with far higher spec for that price.
Originally Posted by JerryWThis looks an interesting product to me, very cool in one sense but unfortunately not in the other - to the point where it seems actually unsafe. Casing at 60degC?!
Originally Posted by tonyd223love reading the comments more than the review - it's an industrial pc, so what's it doing here?
Originally Posted by XirYou've not shown how the heatsink connects to the chips. On the picture, it's screwed just to the case. What's pressing the processor to the heatsink then?
Originally Posted by Xir...the "no digital outputs" strategy is annoying, but systematic to the Atom-ecosystem, alas. On netbooks, even the VGA-output is severely limited (and often of bad quality) VGA signal-quality isn't checked on any websites anymore (as everybody normally uses digital outputs.
Originally Posted by XirIf you use the broadcom-chip, doesn't it come with a digital output?
Originally Posted by CthippoProbably aimed at the carputer market which tolerates far higher prices. A cool piece of kit for what it is, but very over-priced for what you get.
Originally Posted by NiftyratWould something like this run a dedicated server for say ARMA2
Originally Posted by PureSilverI like the low power draw, since I'll soon be in the market for an ultra-low-power home automation system. I wonder if such a thing could be run over the serial port expansion card... Hmm.
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