Posts Tagged ‘Tranquil’

Tranquil PC iXL 3 Low Power PC

If you are looking for a environmentally friendly media center, you can’t get much better than the Tranquil PC ixL. Its processor is powerful enough to handle any media you throw at it, yet is still able to run without fans. If you throw in a solid state hard drive (SSD), then your new computer will have no moving parts. It will be completely silent. Its visual styling is sleek and modern, while it is small enough to not draw too much attention. Simply put, this is a computer meant to be a media center. Read the rest of this entry »

SQA-5H-SAFE Low Powered NAS System PC

The Tranquil PC SQA-5H-SAFE is not only a quiet machine, it is also a robust file storage server, complete with Tranquil’s innovative Safe Serve Module. Tranquil PC didn’t skimp on the looks, either. The unit construction is made of enameled steel with over 70 percent sourced from recycled material. The system runs on Windows Home Server with an Intel Atom Dual Core processor for speed, power, and reliability. Read the rest of this entry »

T7 330 Low Power PC

Tranquil has a talent for building computers that are both eco-friendly and very functional. The T7-330 Atom PC is no exception. This compact little system comes with between 512MB and 2GB of ram, depending on the user’s preference. The available hard drive options range between 80GB to 2TB for the primary drive, with the option for a second drive with up to 250GB of space. Read the rest of this entry »

Tranquil T7-HSG Home Server

Tranquil’s entry into the low power home server arena, the T7-HSG, is an intriguing look at the way a home server should be built. The server features a unique fanless (convection) based cooling system, a Gigabit LAN port, 4 USB ports and an Intel dual core Atom 330 processor running at 1.6 Ghz. Power consumption is rated at 33W for the stock configuration, which comes with 512 Mb RAM an a 500 GB hard drive. Read the rest of this entry »