Chaintech launches smallest desktop PC

Posted on Tuesday, Sep 30 2003 @ 16:15 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Chaintech has launched the notebook looking IMO-Desk. They assure you that this thing is a desktop, and not a notebook because its CPU, HDD and memory is upgradeable.
IMO-Desk is an upgradeable Desktop PC for DIY users and it features the fastest CPU including Intel Pentium and AMD Athlon XP series processor up to 3.06GHz, DDR 400 memory to 512MB and ATA133 hard drive up to 120GB. The 15-inch LCD monitor panel incorporated guarantees for brighter screen, faster reaction response and wider angle. Other features include onboard 6-in-1 card readers, remote control to turn on/of the IMO-Desk, various expansion ports and optional wireless LAN antenna. The Ultimate performance and abundant features proves IMO-Desk to be the highest value PC with most affordable price in the market!

Innovatively, CHAINTECH debuts RadEX (Revolutionary Active Direct Exhaust) thermal solution on ZNF3-150 ZENITH to ensure stable overclockbility
The weight of this desktop PC is only 4 kilogrammes.


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Re: Chaintech launches smallest desktop PC
by Anonymous on Tuesday, Sep 30 2003 @ 22:34 CEST
Memory and Hard drives are upgradable on every notebook. Also, since many notebooks use desktop processors, they are upgradable for power users. As this computer stands, the only reason it can be called a desktop is that it doesn't have a battery. At 8.8 lbs, it's larger than it's competitors, such as the Dell Inspiron 5150.



  • Reply by Anonymous on Wednesday, Oct 01 2003 @ 08:01 CEST

    as long as the spec/price is comparable to a desktop then i think it's a good idea, many people want small cheep computers, without the hassle of a big monitor, and dont care about use on the move at all, but dont want the upgradability probs or the huuuuge price of a real notebook.


  • Reply by Anonymous on Friday, Jan 20 2006 @ 13:50 CET

    Chaintech is very good company and they made very good product. even i sold this product to local market but that company is not able to provide any kind of support. Like Warranty, Advertising etc. They are making froud with local people. Chaintech people don't have marketing policy. I Personally thought if company will work like this way. The Company will not more. This product does not work on 400FSB. This computer not able to run 3D games. Product having excallent working ability.


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