Product Spotlight: The ML300 Series Adds Haswell

Product Spotlight: The ML300 Series Adds Haswell

Product Spotlight: The ML300 Series Adds Haswell

Product Spotlight: The ML300 Series Adds Haswell

The Logic Supply ML320 NUC

The ML320 will be available in Orange and Black. Coming Soon.

Meet the Next in Logic Supply’s fanless, ventless Next Unit of Computing (NUC) series: the ML320, featuring Intel’s Haswell NUC motherboard. Its got all the bells and whistles standard in the ML300 — Fanless, Adjustable I/O, best in class thermals, expansion bay and the like — but now packing some extra features that set it apart from its sister system.

What’s In the ML320
Sporting 4th generation Intel Core processors and improved audio & video capacity, the ML320 is a powerhouse. It come standard with two USB 3.0 ports in the rear. The expansion bay can be put to use housing one of the new In-PC UPSs or dual drives thanks to the additonal mSATA port. Its even got an infrared sensor on the front panel and a headphone/speaker jack on the rear.

What is Haswell?
Haswell is the codename for the low-power, high performance processor developed by Intel as the successor to the Ivy Bridge architecture. Find out more about the new Haswell NUC from Intel.

Why the ML320?
It might be hard to decide between the ML320 and its predecessor. They look almost identical, both have the tremendous thermal ratings and are fanless & ventless. So when should you choose an ML320? When you need:

  • SSD Drive for fast booting and mSATA drive for mass storage.
  • Multiple lightning fast USB 3.0 drives.
  • More graphical power with Intel HD Graphics 5000.
  • An integrated IR sensor for remote IR access.

The ML320 will be available to the general public soon, so contact us for early opportunities or to get on the list!

LEARN MORE ABOUT
THE ML320, With Haswell

Comments (2)

  1. November 29, 2013

    Do you know if or when the Haswell NUC will be availible with vPro?

  2. John Donoghue
    December 2, 2013

    Unfortunately, as of right now it does not support it and as far as I am aware, Intel hasn’t released a time table for when it will.

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