It seems like Rory Read was right when he said that today’s home and mobile computers have roughly enough computing power and that it’s time that the computer market should refocus on features and capabilities rather than raw performance.
The success of the tablet
market and especially the ARM-
powered devices has proven that the new CEO of AMD
was actually right and that features and new abilities are what the users are searching for.
One of the latest crazes in the computing market if the fanless or silentPC
craze that has been gaining more and more popularity during the past half-decade.
The small form factor (SFF
) market niche has also been popular during the past ten years with Shuttle
being the loudest supporter of the movement.
Fanlesstech.com has gotten news that Zotac is reportedly
preparing some fanless versions of its famous Nano miniPC systems and considering how small the company’s systems currently are, we can’t help but wonder how and if this news will become a reality.
A fanless Nano miniPC will mean a unique combination of amazingly small SFF
systems with efficient passive cooling