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QNAP launches the TBS-453A NASbook

QNAP has launched the TBS-453A NASbook, which uses M.2 SSDs for storage. On the hardware side of things, the TBS-453A NASbook features a 1.6GHz quad-core 14nm Intel Celeron N3150 CPU, 4GB/8GB DDR3L RAM, two Gigabit Ethernet ports, three Gigabit switch ports, four USB 3.0 ports, one USB 2.0 port, and two HDMI ports. There's AES-NI hardware encryption as well, which is

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Intel’s NUC in Interactive Displays

Nobody has cracked teleportation or world peace yet but advertising-oriented digital signages and interactive displays have certainly invaded every facet of our lives. With its small and versatile form factor, the NUC is the perfect choice to be the brains behind the screen. (more…)

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Intel’s NUC as a Home Server

Intel's Next Unit of Computing, with its power sipping 17W mobile Ivy Bridge processor housed inside a small 4" x 4" form factor, is quite the ideal candidate as a 24/7 small server to take advantage of your unmetered home broadband connection. (more…)

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Intel’s NUC in the Home: Part of the Furniture

In the first of a four part series, we explore why the Intel Next Unit of Computing is the ideal low power HTPC (Home Threatre PC) with its rich media creation and consumption capabilities, made possible by its mobile-oriented 3rd generation Intel Core processor and purpose built form factor. (more…)

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Zotac launches the ZBOX nano XS AD11 Plus

How small can a desktop PC be without losing any features? Well, that’s a question that Zotac might be able to help us answer, as its new ZBOX nano XS AD11 Plus manages to squeeze in an impressive amount of technology  into the almost pocket friendly 106x106x37mm (WxDxH) computer. (more…)

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