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.
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.
Last updated: Sep 7, 2019 at 02:36 pm CDT
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