Archive for the ‘Energy Saving PCs’ Category

Aleutia H2 - Front

Aleutia now do a whole range of low power computers, from thin clients to real beasts. The Aleutia H2 is one of those beasts, featuring 4 x 2.33GHz Cores, 2x 2GB 800MHz DDR2 RAM, HDMI support, and all running at an average of just 36 Watts of power! Read the rest of this entry »

Fit PC 2 Front

Fit PC have released a new low power computer to their range, in what’s the big brother to the Fit PC slim. The Fit PC 2 is essentially faster with the 1.1GHz and 1.6GHz processor options, as well as looking considerably more attractive. The Fit PC 2 has an internal 160GB 2.5″ hard disk drive, 1GB of RAM and a maximum power consumption of 10W! Read the rest of this entry »

GreenLite Server

Just because its typically thin clients and home computers that are energy efficient, there’s no reason why you can’t have a low power server PC. The GreenLite Server is a powerful Quad-Core system with an average energy consumption of just 85 Watts, with a peak energy consumption of 127 Watts. The pictured system measures just 8.9″ x 7.9″ x 13″. The GreenLite server is also available as a 2U rack-mounted unit. Read the rest of this entry »

GreenLite Home PC

The Greenlite PC is a home computer designed to run home and office applications without the huge energy consumption. The Greenlite PC measures just 7.5″ x 8.5″ x 2.5″ (the box under the monitor) with an average power consumption of 26 Watts, or 31W at peak. Read the rest of this entry »

Fujitsu Futro S100 Thin Client

Fujitsu’s offering to the low power pc world comes with the Fujitsu Futro S100 Thin Client, which features a 500MHz VIA Eden ULV processor and a peak power usage of just 11 Watts! The Futro S100 is a completely silent thin client, as there’s no fan and no magnetic storage device. When idle, the PC uses just 1W of power! Read the rest of this entry »

Napkin PC Concept

Avery Holleman is a designer who’s counting on PCs to become massively more energy efficient and compact with his concept of a Napkin PC. The Napkin PC is ideal for collaboration as you just share the Napkins (which are the displays). The Napkins all inter-operate wirelessly with the control station. You can then interact with the displays using the special pens. Read the rest of this entry »

Ultralight iUnika Netbooks

Spanish company iUnika has announced the release of 4 new low power netbooks, starting at 130 Euros (about $181 or £115). Although no firm release dates have been released, the iUnika Solar model charges via solar power and will sell for around 160 Euros ($225 or £140). Read the rest of this entry »

Aleutia Ion

Aleutia are at it again with their Aleutia Ion Home Theatre PC (HTPC). The PC is about the size of a shoebox (220mm x 300mm x 129mm) and consumes only 50 Watts of power. Read the rest of this entry »

Zero-Energy Esprimo 7935 PC

Most PCs when powered down, but not switched off at the wall, consume around 4W of energy. The new Fujitsu Siemens’ Zero-Energy Esprimo 7935 PC consumes nothing when it’s powered down. Additionally, Fujitsu Siemens have introduced a feature that allows the PC to switch on at a pre-defined time in a low power mode, which is then used to install maintenance patches overnight. Read the rest of this entry »

U110 ECO Wind Netbook

MSI have announced a new energy-efficient laptop which doesn’t compromise on performance. Their new MSI U110 ECO Wind Netbook, which supposedly runs for 9 hours on a single battery charge, without any degradation in performance. Read the rest of this entry »