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Intel's Atom dual-core processors ready now?

Tranquil PC announces availability in the UK

| CPU, APU & Chipsets News | Posted: Sep 8, 2008 11:45 am

Tranquil PC, a UK based systems builder, has just announced availability of T7 Home Server with Atom2 CPU + GbE LAN.

 

As far as we knew, Intel's dual-core 64-bit Atom processor was still quite a way off from being released out into the wild but Tranquil PC seems to know better.

 

Intel's Atom dual-core processors ready now?

Supposedly you can now pick up one of these home servers for what works out to be about $620 USD (including the British tax) and that gets you a system with a 512MB DDR2, 500GB hard drive, the rest of the box and the new 64-bit ready Intel dual-core Atom Z330 operating at 1.6GHz. They also pre-install Windows Home Server for you.

 

Best of all, the whole system only chews up what Tranquil PC claim to be 33 watts of power - looking good. Where do we sign up for a review sample folks? Head on over to this link for more details.

 

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