Month: July 2014

ASUS X200MA: 11.6-inch Bay Trail Notebook

Powered by a Bay Trail Atom processor and a 5400RPM hard drive, speed isn’t one of ASUS X200MA’s strengths. It does however offer a decent value in a light and compact frame.

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Tesla H for a Fanless NUC

Tesla H is one of a dozen fanless “heatsink” cases offered by Akasa. This one is for the Haswell NUC and can house two 2.5″ drives in a wider, sleeker design. Thermally, it’s a winner, too. Market pricing vis a vis NUC kits and boards is its real challenge.

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SilverStone Raven RV05

The 5th edition takes the Raven back to its roots by reviving the original floor-mounted fans. Though based primarily on the superb RV02/FT02 design, the RV05 is less bulky, slimming down its dimensions and shedding weight by reducing the number of 18cm fans and limiting the number of drives it will hold.

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