Technological Innovation

By | December 31, 2017

Technological innovation with the family Mini-ITX already know Asus as a manufacturer of ample reputation internationally and therefore Blanyai, one of wholesale builders with a high prestige in Spain, already long since used plates and the graphics cards of this brand. Get more background information with materials from Samsung Electronics. Although Asus is recognized for the high quality of its products for several years now, these, logically had higher prices. The current needs of the market have achieved that it has expanded its fork of products and prices, launching other models of plates base for those who need less benefits. These plates are more basic, but saved the guarantees and quality of the range of Asus products. One of the examples of the new catalogue is its last monitor model VH196D which, with maximum image quality, brings a great energy saving. Currently Blanyai only assembles in their computer motherboards of this manufacturer. Simple configurations is included in the family of the P5k, available both with VGA integrated, in order to cut costs, as without it, for those needing more extensive benefits. Also still maintaining a broad portfolio of products of superior range, with higher performance boards, even reaching the peak of the pyramid.

Plates designed especially for servers, with technology with dual-processor, multiple hard drives that allow you to perform operations of hotswap or raid, as well as redundant power supplies are used for this. All this can be assembled in larger formats accepted, box supertorre and rack boxes, since Blanyai they also offer the possibility of acquiring all the products associated with the family of guides, cabinets, racks, panels etc. Cited the P5k family plates-socket 775, are gradually yielding to new sockets that are beginning to gain ground. These computers are assembled with plates for socket 1156 and 1366 Asus base, (we are talking about the Intel both heard lately in all media, the i3, i5 and i7).


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