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    Hi @robjduk I've notified our Tom and Alan of your comments in this thread. It pains me that you feel let down by us and I'm sure there must be a reason we haven't seen any enquiry from you. Should you feel willing to allow us the opportunity to connect with you then Luke and I would be delighted to assist you with your enquiry. Luke's and my details are visible in our signatures and I can guarantee you a personal touch. We have a range of extremely well received usff products all configured to your individual requirement at great prices and we work with Intel to produce our own silent ucff solution based on the growing list of Intel nuc motherboards. I want to thank you for your feedback and hope you get in touch soon. Best, Col

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    Cheers for all the replies. Gives me something to go on. I have also had quotes on Zoostorm Usff units. Which are worth a look and Novatechs too. I like the 5 year warranties that are about

    Also In 2 years of working with Very I've never had any issues, quite the opposite , always get back to me and offer various options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robjduk View Post
    Im a one chance to impress kinda guy so they lost out with me...

    Anyway back to OT. You looked at the intel small form factors?

    Intel D34010WYK3 Core i3 4010U 1.7GHz NUC Barebone | Ebuyer.com

    I know stone sell these preconfigured. I have one in the office and its a powerful little thing (various ones available).

    Oh... and the box sings too
    My stone box dosnt sing with me.

    +1 for stone. Not had any problems. Support always been top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by newpersn View Post
    My stone box dosnt sing with me.
    I bought mine just as a standalone from another retailer... it plays the Intel theme when you open it. Worth the price alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robjduk View Post
    I bought mine just as a standalone from another retailer... it plays the Intel theme when you open it. Worth the price alone.
    I know what you mean. I had that on to start with. (After bios update)

    Boss got fed up with it.

    Shame I got 3 rooms with these boards.

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    We've got about a hundred of these Intel dum dee dum dum things! Yours for a monkey each @ robdjuk ?

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    Lenovo m93p seem nice I was configuring one on Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hyb80 View Post
    Looking at, for budget reasons, replacing ageing teacher computers with USFF units and using existing Monitors, keyboards an mice

    @VeryPC do one which I am getting a unit sent out to try which can have surprisingly good specs (upto i7 and 16gb ram, SSD etc) but just wondered if anyone has experience of using these any other suggestions, I have seen Dell, Lenovo and Viglen have them.

    Any one used as a teacher classroom PC?

    Cheers
    You could check out some of the lower end units from Xi3 Xi3 Corporation | Modular Computers | PISTON Gaming Console | Green Computing

    I've been testing these and they are excellent build quality (made in USA) and use a modular design that can be upgraded fairly easily. They are so designed to have an 8-10 year life span. They are also tiny and quiet with lots of USB ports and support for two monitors.

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    I have few different sets of USFF computers, newest ones are HP 8300 with separete ssd boot disk. I've been very happy with them. They hook on the back of the screen with screws so the students don't "drop" them and the back cover makes it harder to unhook the wires.

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    You can get a NUC for £120 from the BT shop (no OS though) perfect for a XBMC box.

    Intel BOX Canyon NUC Core i3-3217U 1.8GHz QS77 DDR3 Thunderbolt, HDMI, USB (Next Unit of Computing) (BOXDC3217BY) - BT Shop

    it has thunderbolt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazzy2501 View Post
    You can get a NUC for £120 from the BT shop (no OS though) perfect for a XBMC box.

    Intel BOX Canyon NUC Core i3-3217U 1.8GHz QS77 DDR3 Thunderbolt, HDMI, USB (Next Unit of Computing) (BOXDC3217BY) - BT Shop

    it has thunderbolt!
    That's silly cheap, very very tempted!

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