Author Archives: Kristina Bond

About Kristina Bond

Kristina Bond was the Marketing Director for Logic Supply from 2007 to 2012. She graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia with an M.F.A. in photography and a B.F.A in photography and communication from Shepherd University in Shepherdstown, WV. While technology and Logic Supply remain close to her heart, she moved on from the company in June 2012 to do marketing for the restaurant industry. To get in touch with Kristina, please contact

Anandtech Reviews our AG150 Fanless System

I would like to extend a big thanks to the team over at Anandtech, especially Dustin Sklavos, for their review of our AG150 Fanless System. It was a very fair and thorough article and it offered a great analysis of … Continue Reading

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Ace of Bases

At Logic Supply, we like to think outside of the little black box. This can be challenging when every system we sell is contained in a nice and small, er, black box. It’s not that we’re short on creativity. Our … Continue Reading

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Migration Options for the Intel D945GSEJT Johnstown

All good things must come to an end. With the launch of the Intel DN2800MT “Marshalltown” Thin Mini-ITX motherboard, we knew it was only a matter of time until its predecessor, the Intel D945GSEJT “Johnstown” would be put out to … Continue Reading

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Logic Supply Gets SPCR’s Editor’s Choice Award for Logic Supply AG150

The team over at SPCR recently reviewed our Logic Supply AG150 Dual Core Atom Fanless System. Many thanks to them for pulling together a really excellent article! An excerpt from the article sums up the final thoughts on the AG150: … Continue Reading

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Hands On with the ML200 Fanless Case

I like to think of myself as a descriptive storyteller. I’ll happily deliver up metaphors and analogies for just about anything. Granted, at times I’ve flexed my creative muscle at the expense of scaring the straights: I’ve alluded to the … Continue Reading

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