Posts Tagged ‘Aleutia’

Aleutia T2 - Front

While there are plenty of choices in small form factor computing, Aleutia’s T2 fanless Atom PC is a strong choice. In addition to being able to be configured to have no moving parts, this computer has a low-power dual core Atom processor, VESA wall mount support, Wake-On-LAN capability, auto-booting after power loss, and 12V DC power input. If you need a machine that can handle 720P video but can also work in environments where power may be temperamental, this is the machine for you. Read the rest of this entry »

Aleutia D1 Front

This Aleutia D1 ultra small form factor pc is 58% smaller than comparable models from Fujitsu Siemens, HP or Dell. Small enough to sit under a 17” monitor, it quietly runs on 35W of power. It comes equipped with a dual core Intel Atom 333 CPU (1.6 GHz each). Read the rest of this entry »

Aleutia U6

Aleutia are at it again with their low powered computers, and this time it’s a multi-user computer supporting 6 simultaneous each with their own keyboard and mouse, called the Aleutia U6. The computer is basically an energy efficient computer that uses Userful’s Multiplier Software to split the system’s resources with the 6 users. By having 6 people using the system at once, you end up with a per seat cost of just £70 and power consumption of just 17 Watts. Read the rest of this entry »

Aleutia T1

Time for another Aleutia low power PC, this time the Aleutia T1, which is a 1.6GHz processor, with a maximum of 2GB RAM, DVI and HDMI support with a maximum power consumption of just 14 Watts, with an idle power consumption of just 10 Watts. Read the rest of this entry »

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 »

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 »