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# 141255 6-Mar-2014 09:44
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  # 999997 6-Mar-2014 09:53
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Looks interesting. Having said that, August 2014....

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  # 999999 6-Mar-2014 09:57
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Interesting. You signed up to post this. Are you in any way affiliated with these people?

What makes it different/better than an Intel NUC? (WHich are available now in a wide range of specs)

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  # 1000000 6-Mar-2014 09:58
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I haven't come across that particular one, but I have seen other fanless cases where the whole thing is effectively a big heat sink. Quite cool, TBH though I'm perfectly happy with my current case and fans. They are quiet enough that I don't notice them at all even with TV\HT off, and of course they're a complete non-issue when actually watching or listening to something.

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  # 1000001 6-Mar-2014 10:00
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sidefx: I haven't come across that particular one, but I have seen other fanless cases where the whole thing is effectively a big heat sink. Quite cool, TBH though I'm perfectly happy with my current case and fans. They are quiet enough that I don't notice them at all even with TV\HT off, and of course they're a complete non-issue when actually watching or listening to something.


Off topic - sorry. Congratulations Sidefx - check your reply number....




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  # 1000003 6-Mar-2014 10:02
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One meeelion replies.

What was #1.

(Off topic too sorry)

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  # 1000005 6-Mar-2014 10:04
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dolsen: 
Off topic - sorry. Congratulations Sidefx - check your reply number....


W00t, lol!  Is there a prize or something? :P

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  # 1000013 6-Mar-2014 10:17
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sidefx: [W00t, lol!  Is there a prize or something? :P


Your shout!

 
 
 
 


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  # 1000021 6-Mar-2014 10:43
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expensive IMO $499USD is their special price, normal is $599USD so convert to NZD + 15% for GST.

for what it is, a apple mac mini is better and thats also too expensive for a HTPC.

i think you're crazy if you buy this.



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  # 1000027 6-Mar-2014 11:02
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Dolsen - I'm not computer savvy enough for this, but it looks like they offer a "hacker special" that ships in June and you get another box after they have the final one ready.
Talkiet - I'm not affiliated with them.  I wasn't finding the answers I was looking for online so decided to talk to people that know what they are dealing with.  I've done surface research but I don't have the in depth understanding you all seem to.

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