Paratus Telecom Zambia launches new ultra-compact PC

paratusThe new mini PC from Paratus. (Image source: Paratus)Paratus Telecom Zambia has launched a silent ultra-compact PC which will revolutionalise desktop computer use in Zambia

The low-energy PEBL compactc omputer is a highly durable mini PC that expounds simplicity and is aimed at businesses or SME customers.

It can be mounted on the rear of a monitor, perfect for point of sale or office use, taking up very little space, while consuming less than 10 per cent of the power consumed by traditional desktop PCs, yet still maintaining the same performance.

The PEBL is compatible with all popular operating systems and uses a 12-volt power supply that consumes between 15 and 30 watts. Some PEBL models come already kitted with wi-fi, featuring an integrated Intel HD graphics and Realtek ALC662 HD audio controller.

‘’Another impressive aspect of this PC is that its fan-free design makes it run quietly with no need for extra maintenance like traditional desktop computers. Customers will save on space, power and expensive maintenance,’’ said Paratus Telecom Zambia country manager, Marius van Vuuren.

Paratus Telecom Zambia, is part of the Paratus Telecom Group which has its head office in Windhoek, Namibia. Paratus Telecom Zambia was founded as Internet Technologies Zambia in 2010.

Paratus has established a network extending to major industrial and commercial centres throughout Zambia, with additional international points-of presence located in Johannesburg and Cape Town (South Africa), Gaborone (Botswana), Windhoek (Namibia), Luanda (Angola), Kinshasa and Lubumbashi (Democratic Republic of Congo), Lisbon (Portugal), as well as London (United Kingdom).

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