Wednesday, August 1st 2012

Akasa Euler Fanless PC Case Pictured Some More

Akasa's Euler fanless PC case, which was first pictured at Computex 2012, is inching towards a September 2012 launch. Some of its first press-shots were leaked to the web. The pictures reveal its interiors, including the CPU block that conducts heat to the metallic body, where it is dissipated. This passive CPU cooling mechanism, according to a new report, can handle thermal loads of up to 35W, making it fit for low-power dual-core processors. Akasa Euler will be sold at an affordable price, according to the report.

Source: FanlessTech
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4 Comments on Akasa Euler Fanless PC Case Pictured Some More

#1
RejZoR
Finally something that doesn't look like total crap.
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Yukikaze
by: RejZoR
Finally something that doesn't look like total crap.
It is quite pretty. I'd like to give one of these a go...
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Liquid Cool
Definitely worth a look...and I agree with the sentiment of the other posters. The lower profile of the thin-itx boards was catching my eye, but it didn't seem there were any cases designed for these in the marketplace. Nice to see Akasa step up to the plate.

Fanless is icing on the cake...;)

LC
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