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Power-efficient, fanless desktop computer based on AMD microprocessor introduced by WIN Enterprises

NORTH ANDOVER, Mass., 18 Nov. 2011. WIN Enterprises Inc. in North Andover, Mass., is introducing the PL-80400 desktop computer for networking applications that require low power consumption and fanless operation.

The PL-80400 fanless computer has the AMD microprocessor T24L 1.0 GHz low-voltage G-series and A55E chipset, and maintains a typical appliance-level power budget of less than 25 Watts.

Other features include CF, SATA disk-on-module or 2.5-inch SSD storage with optional 2.5-inch disk mounting hardware; one SO-DIMM slot that supports as much as 4 gigabytes of DDR3 1066 MHz SDRAM; a maximum of six Gigabit Ethernet Realtek 8111DL copper ports via PCI Express x1 and available 2 Port LAN Bypass option; USB 2.0, SATA, CF socket, MiniCard slot with PCI Express and USB support; 15 front panel LEDs for system status, link, and activity monitoring; and RoHS compliance.

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