Monday, January 30th 2012

Mouse Computer Launches New Desktops with 23-inch IPS Displays

Japanese company Mouse Computer announced two new desktop PC models featuring the latest hardware and Iiyama ProLite X2377HDS-B IPS LED-backlit LCD display. The 23-inch IPS display provides 1920 x 1080 resolution with a response time of 5 ms. The first of the two desktops featuring it is the LM-iS615B-P23S, and the other is LM-i735X-P23S (pictured in this order below).

The LM-iS615B-P23S features a micro-ATX slim-tower measuring 100 x 393 x 364 mm (WxDxH). It is driven by Intel Core i5-2500 processor, with 8 GB dual-channel DDR3-1333 memory. It lacks discrete graphics, and relies on the embedded Intel HD 3000 graphics. Storage is care of a 500 GB 7200 RPM HDD and DVD-RW drive. It is powered by a 300W PSU. Windows 7 Home Premium x64 is the OS of choice.

The LM-i735X-P23S is built into a more conventional micro-ATX mini-tower measuring 180 x 382 x 373 mm (WxDxH). It is run by Intel Core i7-2600 processor, with 8 GB dual-channel DDR3-1333 memory. Graphics is care of NVIDIA GeForce GTX 550 Ti with 1 GB GDDR5 memory. Storage is handled by the same 500 GB HDD and DVD-RW drive as its little brother. This model uses a 500W PSU. Windows 7 Home Premium x64 again finds itself being the OS of choice.

The LM-iS615B-P23S is priced at 69,930 JPY (US $911), and the LM-i735X-P23S at 84,840 JPY ($1,105).Source: Hermitage Akihabara
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5 Comments on Mouse Computer Launches New Desktops with 23-inch IPS Displays

#1
OneCool
I dont see any REAL market for these type of systems any more.If your not building it your self then your getting ripped off

Price isnt that good either
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NdMk2o1o
by: OneCool
I dont see any REAL market for these type of systems any more.If your not building it your self then your getting ripped off

Price isnt that good either
Good job we're not all listening to you for economics advice then isn't it? as pre-builds still probably make up 90% of the PC market compared to DIY.
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v12dock
by: OneCool
I dont see any REAL market for these type of systems any more.If your not building it your self then your getting ripped off

Price isnt that good either
Because I don't feel like building 500 computers for a company
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OneCool
by: NdMk2o1o
Good job we're not all listening to you for economics advice then isn't it? as pre-builds still probably make up 90% of the PC market compared to DIY.
BULLSHIT!!! show me proof!!

@v12dock Im talking about on a personal scale not business.Even if that was the case here the price would be way lower if you bought 500 of them ;)
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v12dock
by: OneCool

@v12dock Im talking about on a personal scale not business.Even if that was the case here the price would be way lower if you bought 500 of them ;)
I am even to lazy to build a computer for my parents I would rather not have to troubleshoot something I built for them
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