AOpen intros the new XC Encore OE700

aopen_xc_encore_oe700Japan’s AOpen introduces the XC Encore OE700 digital entertainment desktop PC, measuring only 106 (H) x 200 (W) x 321 (D) mm.

The compact PC is based on GM45 Express and ICH9M chipset, equipped with CPU Intel Core 2 Duo mobile processors (Penryn) FSB1066/800, miniPCI slot x2, Gigabit LAN x1, HDMI x1, 7.1 channel HD audio , DVI x1, USB2.0 x4.

To reduce noise and vibration, AOpen used own improved SAVS (Smart Anti-Vibration System) and SNSS (Smart Noise Suppression System).On the front-panel has a LED display or showing statues of the PC and slot-in DVD-Writer. It weighs about 3.9Kg.

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Product Specifications

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The XC Encore OE700 will be available in Japan within May 2009.

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