JOHANNESBURG (01/14/2004) - Esquire Technologies, a distributor of computer hardware and peripherals, has introduced ABIT DigiDice, a mainstream Pentium 4 platform mini PC system, said to be suitable for multimedia and gaming enthusiasts.
Esquire acquired the sole distribution rights for southern Africa for ABIT's full range of products during the latter part of last year.
DigiDice has superior over-clocking ability and optional Raid function in a small case, which provides a 6-in-1 Card Reader function, two external 5.25-inch device bays and two internal 3.5-inch device bays for total flexibility, the company says.
In addition, the front LCD display aims to offer useful system information, and the hot-key design is designed to make the system more user-friendly for specific common PC functions.
Features of DigiDice include:
* TN LCD display for H/W monitor information, system status and clock (System off);
* 5 Gear Easy overclocking function for over-clock entry users;
* ABIT SoftMenu BIOS over-clocking technology for professional;
* Four user-friendly hot-key functions for one-step video, music, photo browser and CD copy application;
* A wireless entertainment remote controller;
* Mini-OTES thermal solution to meet low acoustic and high performance heat exhausting request;
* Thermal energy recycle design for essential oil diffusion.