Wednesday, September 1st 2010

MSI IPC Launches WindBOX III Intel Core 2 Duo Powered Fanless System

MSI, the global leading brand in motherboard, announced the launch of the upgrade version of WindBOX III (MS-9A35) to IPC market in August, 2010. This is the latest ultra-low power system with fanless solution. Following the fanless design of WindBOX series, MSI debuts the WindBOX III based on the Intel Core 2 Duo processor and the Intel GS45 + ICH9M chipset to provide the latest ultra-low power and slim form factor into solid embedded applications. For clients' strong demand of supporting high resolution video, MSI debuts WindBOX III (MS-9A35) with great 3D graphics performance for a high definition up to 1080P.

It supports directX10, shader model 4.0 and Intel Clear Video Technology. MSI enhances I/O connectivity covers 6 USB 2.0 ports, 2 powered COM ports, and multiple video output (DVI-I for VGA and DVI-D, HDMI) for dual independent display. To fulfill the expansion demand, WindBOX III improves two mini-PCIe slots. For the internet demand, WindBOX III comes with a module that has a built-in WiFi 802.11b/g/n and Bluetooth module.
MSI WindBOX III enhances the flexible design for easily changing preferred memory/HDD/mini-PCIe devices. MSI WindBOX III supports VESA wall-mount interface for easily mounting flat panel monitors and TVs and various scenarios like digital signage, thin client, and POS with affordable expenditure. Based on endless innovation, MSI keeps providing you more efficient and economical products and being with you to fulfill your demand.
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4 Comments on MSI IPC Launches WindBOX III Intel Core 2 Duo Powered Fanless System

i've always liked this little boxes, i think they have a big future ahead of them as office PC's
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This is an excellent office PC!
It's kind of funny how they call this low air-flow system a "WindBOX" though.
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looks like an amplifier to me :D
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They should really market this a bit better. MSI has some great stuff but when's the last time you saw an MSI branded product in the office? Not often I think.

These could really revolutionize office computing :) Nice job MSI
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