Small Form Computers refers to various form factors designed to minimize the volume and footprint of a desktop computer.
For comparison purposes, the size of an SFF case is usually measured in litres.
They are available in a variety of sizes and shapes, including shoeboxes, cubes, and book-sized PCs.
Their smaller and often lighter construction has made them popular.
Such as home theater PCs and as gaming computers for attending LAN parties. Manufacturers also emphasize the aesthetic and ergonomic design.
Since users are more likely to place them on top of a desk or carry them around.
Advancements in component technology together with reductions in size means a powerful computer is no longer restricted to the huge towers of old.

Small form Computers do not include computing devices that have traditionally been small, such as embedded or mobile systems.
However, small form factor lacks a normative definition and is consequently open to interpretation and misuse.
Manufacturers often provide definitions that serve the interests of their products.
According to marketing strategy, one manufacturer may decide to mark their product as small form factor.
While other manufacturers are using different marketing name for personal computers of similar or even smaller footprint.

Small form computers are generally designed to support the same features as modern desktop computers but in a smaller space.
Most accept standard x86 microprocessors, standard DIMM memory modules, standard 8.9 cm hard disks, and standard 13.3 cm optical drives.

Furthermore, the SFF computers are perfect to bundle with video conference hardwares.

Lastly, Cackle Telecommunications is proud to provide small form computers by various vendors to NZ businesses.
Explore our selection to find the solution that’s right for you.

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