Foxconn NanoPC released to market

Foxconn logoFoxconn announces the release of the quietest NanoPC AT-5250, which is about to keep your surroundings silence in the next upcoming months. The latest AT-5250 with Intel GMA 3650 HD boosts graphics and CPU processing capabilities while maintaining energy efficiency to create a palm-sized home theater PC capable of high-definition video playback and lightning-fast system responsiveness. The elegant design can go with the environment freely, meeting the high-end needs of sales centers and real sales presentation who are seeking for a powerful tower PC replacement, home theater or energy-efficient PC.

Foxconn NanoPC AT-5250

AT5250 connsumes around 15W idle and 24W under load, which is the equivalent of somewhere between an Ultrabook and a regular laptop and low enough to be passively cooled. What's distinctly unlaptop-like, though is the 190 x 135 x 38 mm form factor, which should sit discreetly on your desk, below your TV or on a VESA mount, and also the price, which is expected to be similar with mini-ATX budget barebones but with a pair of USB 3.0 ports,Gigabit LAN, a multilingual card reader and built-in 802.11n WiFi.

The inside Cedar Trail processor will usher in faster and lower power transistor that will enable higher performing and lower power processors. NanoPC barebone fits all the severe weather and environment. It could be utilized widely on electronic billboards, streaming media, mobile ads and broad advertising applications. In addition, NanoPC could also be applied on terminal system such as ATM system, monitoring system and sales system.

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