Official Hardware Provider for MyShop TrafficIntroducing the new monix E-i3Intorducing the new Monix E-W80
On average, it consumes only 20 watts. You can save up to 90% in energy compared to a 400 watts desktop computer. BE GREEN!
Weighing only 4 pounds and measuring 200mm x 220mm x 50mm. They are powerful & fast thanks to Intel/AMD CPU and Intel/ATI Video Card.
Choose between boards, memory ram, SSD (Solid State Drive) or regular HDD, DVD or Bluray, Wireless N, Accessories and more...
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