Fanless mini PC based on AMD processor is unveiled by Prime Computer
Swiss IT hardware supplier, Prime Computer, has unveiled the PrimeMini Connect, its first fanless mini PC.
The embedded AMD processor allows high performance even with passive cooling, said the company but also reduces the computer’s power consumption. Prime Computer says it is committed to “Green IT” and, as with all its other products, the PrimeMini Connect is “100 per cent climate-neutral” and that includes the greenhouse gas emissions of the first five years of operation.
The mini-PC is compact, despite passive cooling. It is equipped with two full-size DisplayPort connections, an HDMI connection and dual-LAN, enabling the PrimeMini Connect to serve as a powerful thin client for digital signage and multi-screen applications.
It has a rugged construction and IP51 certification which means it can be used without restrictions even in harsh environments, e.g. as a thin or edge client in a production facility or outdoor monitoring stations.
The PrimeMini Connect can be equipped with up to 32Gbyte of RAM in dual channel mode and two solid state devices (SSDs). The PC will be available from Prime Computer distributors in optimised thin client configurations with eight to 128Gbyte storage and a maximum of 8Gbyte RAM. Configurations with more RAM and SSD storage will also be available to order on request.
Prime Computer is a Swiss company founded to develop and produce IT hardware under economic, social and ecological aspects, focusing on energy efficiency, reliability and longevity. Prime Computer helps companies worldwide achieve their digitalisation and environmental goals while reducing operating costs with intelligently designed mini-PCs and servers.
Prime Computer contributes with sustainable IT hardware and services and the company strives for a truly circular economy with its fanless products.
Prime Computer wants to become the brand for sustainable IT.