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Mouse Computer Launches New Desktops with 23-inch IPS Displays

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  1. btarunr

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    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.

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    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
  2. OneCool

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    Look behind you!!
    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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    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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    Because I don't feel like building 500 computers for a company
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    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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    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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