In this day and age, it is more often than not that homes would settle for all-in-one desktop computers. Not only do these computers look a whole lot better aesthetically speaking, they also make life easier since you more or less get everything required to get started right out of the box without having to make hardware decisions of your own. Well, UK-based Tranquil PC is one that churns out fanless computers and PC cases that intend to run as silent as possible, and majority of their machines happen to be media center systems. This fall, Tranquil PC has plans to introduce an all-in-one desktop that will be called the MonoOne.
The Tranquil MonOne will feature an aluminum case that has a passive heat sink located on the back in order to ensure that the computer remains cool. As for the full list of hardware specifications, that will only be revealed later this month as the system is made available for pre-order then.
We do know that the MonoOne was specially designed to run on Windows though, where it ought to have an Intel Core-T processor chugging underneath the hood, while there seems to be plans to deliver an updated model that will boast of an Intel Broadwell chip that is due to be revealed in the first half of next year – at least according to Liliputing. [Press Release]