Tuesday, February 23rd 2021

Akasa Releases Turing A50 Fanless Chassis for ASUS PN50

Akasa, a global leader in fanless technology, has extended their Turing fanless chassis design series by releasing the new Turing A50. The Turing A50 has been designed specifically to support the mainboards found inside the ASUS Mini PC PN50 series, which features the latest AMD Ryzen 4000 notebook PC mobile processors in conjunction with Radeon graphics. The Turing A50 is a product at the forefront of fanless technology and combines innovative style with solid functionality in order to create a contemporary Ryzen fanless system.

The ASUS Mini PC PN50 series can feature some of the latest AMD mobile processors: the Ryzen 3, 5 and 7. Whichever you choose, the Turing A50 will be able to keep the APU cool under all working conditions to optimize performance in complete silence. The case utilizes fanless technology, where the solid aluminium core that showcases hi-performance AK-TC5026 thermal compound and gap fillers, efficiently transfers heat from the APU. With the chassis itself working as a heatsink, the excess heat from the APU is then transferred to the external fins via the aluminium core and into the surroundings, keeping the APU cool without the need of a noisy fan. Built with deep cooling fins to maximize the surface area and an aluminium casing, the system functions optimally whilst also existing as a completely silent component.
Design

The Turing A50 is yet another product from Akasa showing a combination of functionality with stunning composition; its symmetric extruding fins and diamond effect cover panels are all made from black anodized aluminium. The Turing A50 looks stylish and suits any environment due to its minimalist features. The design team was inspired by Art Deco when designing the case, with the beautiful side panels influenced by traditional Chinese panels. The chassis can be positioned horizontally with dual edge panels or vertically, allowing for more choice according to your taste.

Size

The ASUS Mini PC PN50 series delivers exceptional processing power of a full-sized computer, whilst also being small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. The Turing A50 chassis maintains this compact manner and measures just 95 x 113.5 x 247.9 mm. This means the case can easily complement a home audio or cinema system on a shelf or desk. It can also be comfortably tucked into a drawer or mounted behind a screen, making it ideal for any environment.

Connectivity Maximized

With all the ports and power of the ASUS Mini PC PN50 series, there is no limit as to what your computer can do. The Turing A50 gives full I/O access to the Mini PC, which includes USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C, two USB 3.2 Gen1 Type-A ports, HDMI 2.0 and RJ45 LAN. Combined with products such as Wi-Fi antenna and cables, which are noted on the Akasa website, this small yet powerful computer is a perfect Ryzen fanless system for a variety of applications which includes, but is not limited to, gaming, recording and mixing music, or even an office setup. The computer also supports a quadruple Intel 4K UHD display (with the use of any Type-C to dual HDMI adapter such as the Akasa AK-CBCA26-18BK), perfect for maximizing productivity when multitasking across multiple screens, which the Turing A50 allows you to enjoy in absolute silence.
Source: Akasa
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4 Comments on Akasa Releases Turing A50 Fanless Chassis for ASUS PN50

#2
Nihilus
It was only a matter of time before an OEM played homage to the Xbox Series X.
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bonehead123
Oh my, look Ma, it's a BOX....

Ma says: NO, it's a rectangular BOX :)

Nice & small, clean looking, but otherwise y/A/w/N....
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Operandi
I like the look of the Plato cases (which I have) way more than the Turing but either way these things are really well made, thick CNC'd AL panels with diamond cut edges on the face. Not the cheapest thing around but they make for a pretty sick premium HTPC. The AMD ones like this would be interesting for indie and retro gaming.
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