SAPPHIRE Technology has introduced a new family of
mini-PCs based on the latest Accelerated Processing
Unit (APU) technology from AMD, codenamed Trinity.
The mini PCs are compact in size and
powerful enough to replace older bulky PCs, capable of
handling office applications, browsing and HD video
playback. Sapphire claims that the devices use less
than 10% of the power consumed by conventional PCs.
The Edge VS series are delivered without Microsoft
Windows so you can use existing license arrangements or
choose an alternative operating system.
Communications options include built-in Gigabit LAN,
wireless and Bluetooth. The HDMI and DisplayPort video
outputs can be connected to display devices including
TVs and projectors as well as high resolution monitors.
Optical digital audio output is provided in addition to
The standard models ship with 4 GB RAM and Hard Disk
pre-installed, but an option will be offered with no
OS, RAM or disk fitted, allowing for custom
configurations to be assembled, including the use of
SSD drives and RAM upgrades up to 16 GB.