Logic Supply SolidLogic GS-L10
Looking to build your own computer after moving in to a new place? Well, there a hundreds and perhaps thousands of different options around, but let us offer yet another suggestion – the Logic Supply SolidLogic GS-L10. This computer was specially built to take advantage of Intel’s high-performance Montevina processors sans internal fans, where it is made possible courtesy of a case that is filled to the brim with heat sinks. The SolidLogic GS-L10 also does not fall short on connectivity options, featuring VGA, DVI, and HDMI outputs, a couple of Gigabit Ethernet ports, as well as support for hard disk or CompactFlash storage.
Logic Supply, being a distributor specializing in Mini-ITX products themselves, has constructed the SolidLogic GS-L10 using a couple of different products, where the GSL-10 case hails from Serener while the motherboard is supplied by MSI in the form of the MS-9818. There are three heat sinks on all three of its sides, while an internal heat pipe also helps to keep things cool. This unique combination of various products enable the device to function without a fan at up to 97 deg. F (36 deg. C), on condition that either flash storage or a 2.5″ “extreme environment” hard drive is installed within. In addition, the SolidLogic GS-L10 will also play nice with a trio of various Montevina Socket P processors that comprise of the Celeron M CM585 2.16GHz, the Core 2 Duo P8400 2.26GHz and the Core 2 Duo T9400 2.53GHz. Since these processors come with TDPs of up to 35 Watts, keeping them running at optimal, cool temperature is no problem at all.
You have a range of Windows operating systems to choose from with the SolidLogic GS-L10 assuming you decide to swerve away from Linux instead, and you can choose Windows XP Embedded, Windows XP Professional or Windows Vista, depending on your preferences and needs at that moment. Prices start from $1,020 upwards.
Source: Windows for Devices