Aleutia the UK based hardware manufacturer that specialises in industrial fanless mini PCs, has this month officially launched a new addition to the range in the form of the Ivy Bridge-based Relia fanless mini PC.
The new Aleutia Relia mini PC is based on the Q77 Express chipset and the mini PCs in the Relia range have been designed to be used as fanless Industrial PCs or dual LAN servers, and contain no moving parts.
The Relia design includes aluminium pipes that transfer heat from inside the case just like a heatsink, removing the need for a noisy fans to keep things cool, making the system completely silent. Aleutia explains :
“Robust, anti-vibration sealed aluminium fanless case is ideal for industrial settings where dust or infection control is an issue. With a solid state drive selected the Relia has No Moving Parts ensuring long term reliability for industrial or marine applications.”
The Aleutia Relia mini PCs consume less than 17W when idle and around 55W under full load, says Aleutia and are available to be tweaked and configured to meet your exact needs. As shown in the table below, for more information jump over to the Aleutia website.
Source: AnandtechFiled Under: Hardware