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Main » 2012 » November » 12 » Habey BIS-6922 Fanless PC Unveiled (video)
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Habey BIS-6922 Fanless PC Unveiled (video)

If you are looking for a Habey mini PC which is a little more refined than the industrial aimed systems, you might be interested in a new addition to the Habey range in the form of the Habey BIS-6922 Fanless PC.

The Habey BIS-6922 Fanless PC measures just 9.6 x 6.1 x 2.1 inches in size and is equipped with a passive cooling system making it very quite, even though it can be equipped with a choice of Sandy Bridge or Ivy Bridge processors.

Other features of the Habey BIS-6922 Fanless PC includes support for up to 8 GB of RAM a 2.5 inch drive bay, and a couple of PCIe and mini PCIe expansion ports. Together with 4 x USB 2.0 connections, 1 x HDMI, 1 x DVI, 1 xVGA, and serial ports, mic, headphone, and line jacks, 2 x Ethernet jacks.

Unfortunately no information on pricing or worldwide availability has been released as yet by Habey USA, but as soon as information comes to light we will keep you updated as always. Watch it in action below:

"In this demonstration Habey USA runs Windows 8 on the BIS-6922 with Core i7-3740QM Quad core 3rd Gen Ivy Bridge Fanless System. The video shows the graphics performance using a demo provided by the Windows Presentation Foundation or (WPF). The parameters of the test are two independent displays at full 1080p HD resolution.

Industry standards dictate that the ideal capable system should have two full HD WPF video renderings running simultaneously and complete the video clip in approximately 15 seconds. Additionally, the video performance is futher displayed when rendering a full 1080p HD video clip using Intel’s Quick Sync, which helps siginificantly in encoding and decoding video. The results show that using Quick Sync produced a higher quality export in less than half the time of a non-accellerated export profile. Even after these CPU and graphic intensive tests, the fanless ICEFIN™ was well within normal operating temperatures.”

Source: Geek : HabeyUSA : Liliputing

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