J&W details fanless nettop specs

Posted by Shane McGlaun

Nettops are typically systems that don't offer loads of raw processing power. However, such devices do boast a smaller footprint, cheaper price and quieter operation.

Recently, J&W detailed a pair of new nettops slated to land in September as part of the M001 family. Both of the machines are fanless, making them very quiet indeed.

J&W details fanless nettop specs

The new devices include the M001-AP6 and the M001-AP1, starting at $260 and $300 (base price), respectively.

The AP6 - which measures 135 x 128 x 34 mm - is powered by an Intel Atom CedarView CPU (1.6GHZ- 1.8GHz) paired with SGX545 graphics and supports HD audio along with 1080p video. The little machine is fitted with 2GB of DDR3 SO-DIMM RAM (can scale up to 4GB) and is equipped with a 32GB SSD (scales up to 128 GB), along with a memory card slot for SD modules.

Additional key features include integrated WiFi and the ability to support IR controls along with multiple operating systems - including Windows.

The AP1 runs an Intel D2550 processor at 1.8 GHz paired with SGX545 graphics. As expected, this iteration of the nettop - which includes integrated WiFi - also supports 1080p HD video and HD audio. The base configuration includes 2 GB of RAM, with support for up to 4 GB. Storage is covered by a 2.5-inch 5400 RPM 320 GB HDD.

The machine also has a memory card reader and can support hard drives up to 1 TB capacity. This machine doesn't ship with an OS but supports multiple operating systems, including Windows. The AP1  is slightly thicker than the A6, measuring in at 135 x 128 x 46 mm.

Connectivity options on both devices include USB, HDMI, VGA, ethernet and more.
 

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