Akasa Maxwell AC Pro Fanless Compact Intel NUC13 Pro / NUC12 Pro Case
Akasa Maxwell AC Pro Chassis, Compact, Fanless, Aluminium, for Intel® NUC 13/12 Pro, 8mm Copper Heatpipes, Black
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
Small But Powerful
Supports Intel® NUC 13 Pro (Arena Canyon) with up to Intel® Core™ i7-1370P Processor and 4K displays or one 8K display outputs, making it ideal for digital signage applications or where multiple displays are required.
Bi-symmetrical extruded fins on either side of the case maximise the surface area of the exterior for increased heat dissipation. Coupled with internally hi-efficient passive thermal module and 8mm heat pipes to ensure the Thermal Design Point (TDP) is met, with the case supporting the Intel® NUC 13 Pro up to 40W TDP.
Easily adjustable thermal module with two 8mm copper heat pipes to transfer the heat from the CPU. Superbly engineered for maximum efficiency and ease of use.
True Silent Experience
Fanless CPU design eliminates the need for noisy mechanical fans so that true silence can be achieved. Paired with the use of Solid State Drives, one can truly immerse themselves in the experience of soundless acoustics.
Cool Storage, Cool Performance
Internal M.2 SSD thermal kit reduces heat and enhances performance.
Supports up to Four 4K Displays
The Maxwell AC Pro case provides connector opening for dual HDMI 2.1 and dual Thunderbolt™ 4 from the Intel® NUC 13 Pro for connectivity of four 4K displays.
Perfect for an array of business applications such as security and digital signage.
Wide Application Capabilities
ldeal for home and business applications from digital signage to home-theatre setups and more.
Perfect for Casual Gaming
The Maxwell AC Pro is designed for the NUC 13 Pro with Intel® 13th generation mobile processor up to Core™ i7 with integrated Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics. So play without fan noise so you can focus on your gaming experience!
• Solid aluminium fanless cooling design.
• Designed for the Intel® NUC 13 Pro up to Core™ i7 with long-life availability.
• Stylish cover panels with diamond effect.
• Perfect for home, business and commercial applications.
• Lay it or hang it with optional VESA mount.
• Backwards compatible with Intel® NUC 12 Pro (Wall Street Canyon).
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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