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The PrimeMini is a fully-fledged PC minus the additional software that uses up precious power without being used. It’s also more power-efficient than standard desktop PCs. Save energy and help protect the environment and you wallet!

Machined from a solid aluminium block in black or anodized charcoal grey, the PrimeMini impresses with a unique look and feel. The fanless design means this PC runs silently without producing distracting ambient noise.

Space-saving and powerful

The PrimeMini measures just 16x11x4.5 cm and takes up 50 times less space than a standard desktop PC. Weighing just one kilogramme, the PrimeMini is easy to transport. Intel processors and an SSD hard drive ensure high-level performance at all times. The result: Faster booting and instant opening of applications and data – helping you get things done faster!

Countless connection options

PrimeMini features a range of connections: Built-in wi-fi, Bluetooth and infrared for wireless communication. HDMI and a DisplayPort to connect up to three monitors, USB 3.0 for fast data transfer and additional devices and Gigabit LAN for network connection. Thanks to Intel WIDI technology, the PrimeMini is also wirelessly connectable with an enabled TV or display.

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Raphael Knecht

Just about everything to do with PCs has interested me for many years now, so being part of the marketing team at Digitec Galaxus means I get to feed this fascination on a daily basis. In my spare time I love to tinker with my homebuilt PCs and I’m also a passionate floorball player and coach. I very much enjoy exotic trips, good music and road bike tours in the mountains.

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User adschmid

Die Herkunft dieser "Prime Computer" wurde hier schon mal in Frage gestellt, jedoch meines Wissens nicht geklärt. Auf Digitec wird der Eindruck erweckt dass die Produkte in CH designed und hergestellt werden? Der "tranquilpcshop" in UK bewirbt das selbe Produkt jedoch als "Manufactured in UK"?

28.12.2015
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User christopheck

Die Prime Computer werden in der Schweiz entwickelt. www.primecomputer.ch
Ich selbst verwende einen als privaten Cloudserver. Läuft einwandfrei.

28.12.2015
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User PrimeComputer

Prime Computer-Produkte werden in der Schweiz entwickelt. Für den Schweizer Markt werden die Produkte in der Schweiz gefertigt, für den europäischen Markt momentan noch in England.

29.12.2015
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User PrimeComputer

Aktuell bauen wir unsere Produktionskapazität in der Schweiz weiter aus und werden unsere englische Produktion in den kommenden Wochen ebenfalls in die Schweiz verlegen, da uns die Schaffung weiterer Arbeitsplätze in der Schweiz wichtig ist.

29.12.2015
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User Raphael Knecht

Hallo zusammen. Ich kann mich da meinem Vorredner nur anschliessen und mich für den hilfreichen Input bedanken – das ist natürlich völlig korrekt so!

29.12.2015
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User Anonymous

Wieso kostet bei primecomputer ein RAM Upgrade auf 32GB RAM CHF 1900.- und bei digitec 300.- (2x 16GB)?

04.01.2016
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User Raphael Knecht

Hallo zusammen. PrimeComputer wird zu gegebener Zeit bzw. wohl in naher Zukunft Anpassungen an ihren Modellen sowie deren Ausstattung vornehmen und dies dann so kommunizieren – wir werden natürlich bestrebt sein, allfällige neue Modelle dann auch schnellstmöglich in unseren Online-Shop aufzunehmen. Wie das Pricing bei PrimeComputer direkt zustande kommt, wissen wir nicht.

04.01.2016
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User PrimeComputer

Guten Tag Anonymous
Bei den 2x 16GB-SO-DIMM-Modulen handelt es sich um folgende:
intelligentmemory.com/dram-...

Aktuell ist Intelligent Memory der einzige Hersteller, der 16GB-Module in diesem Format so herstellt, dass diese auch unterstützt werden.

05.01.2016
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User PrimeComputer

Diese sind extrem teuer, da der Hersteller ein Alleinstellungsmerkmal hat. Wir testen aktuell neue Modelle von Crucial, werden diese aber erst anbieten, sobald alle Tests erfolgreich abgeschlossen sind, voraussichtlich in der KW 4.

Beste Grüsse
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05.01.2016
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User Anonymous

Kann das Schweizer-Gehäuse auch geöffnet werden und Komponenten (RAM, SSD) getauscht werden?

07.01.2016
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User PrimeComputer

Ja, das Gehäuse kann ohne Garantieverlust geöffnet werden um den Arbeitsspeicher oder die Festplatte aufzurüsten.. Zum Garantieverlust führt lediglich das entfernen des Mainboards, da eine spezielle Wärmeleitpaste zum Einsatz kommt.

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07.01.2016
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User Hektoplasma

Ich könnte für 900.- einen Leistungsfähigeren PC zusammenbauen, ( Ohne Bildschirm, Tastatur, Maus.), der einiges mehr an Leistung bringt als für 900.- dieses eingeschränkte teil zu kaufen. Oder gibts bei euch die Wärmeleitpaste die ja so speziell ist im sonderangebot ?

07.01.2016
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User k70k

Meine Anfrage bei Prime, was genau in CH gefertigt wird wurde nicht beantwortet. Ich kann mir vorstellen, dass ev. das Gehäuse in CH gefräst wird. Motherboard wird wohl eingekauft. Dann Komponenten in der CH zusammengabaut und geprüft. Website leider diesbezüglich nicht transparent. Aber cooles Teil

15.01.2016
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User k70k

Leider ist auf der Homepage auch nicht ersichtlich, wer hinter Prime steht. Den Namen Josip Sunic findet man dann über Google. Sonst keine weiteren Personen? Ist dies ein Einmannunternehmen?

15.01.2016
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User PrimeComputer

Guten Tag K70K.Die Prime Computer AG besteht aus einem Team von aktuell 12 Personen.Die Geschäftsleitung besetzen Josip Sunic und Cyrill Hollenstein.Der Verwaltungsrat setzt sich aus 5 Personen zusammen. Dieser wird in den kommenden Wochen im Handelsregister publiziert.
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18.01.2016
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User PrimeComputer

Prime Computer Produkte werden in St.Gallen gefertigt. Die internen Bauteile stammen von den Markenherstellern Intel, Samsung und Kingston.

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18.01.2016
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User Raphael Knecht

Vielen Dank an Prime Computer für die detaillierten Infos aus erster Hand!

18.01.2016
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User pfsi10

Es wird 100%iger Sicherheit, sobald in diesem Formfaktor von Intel verfügbar, Prime Computer mit der Skylake Architektur geben. Diese haben dann einen höheren Takt beim selben Stromverbrauch, unterstützen bis zu 32GB DDR4 RAM usw.

19.01.2016
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User Anonymous

@vittorio.boccone: Not only.. you have forgotten to mention the usage of the expensive "special" thermal conductance paste. Otherwise you wouldn't get this immoderate price tag for such a mainstream product.

20.01.2016
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User PrimeComputer

Yes, it's a NUC MB inside the PrimeMini. The product itself however doesn't consist of the mainboard only. You can find all advantages here: primecomputer.ch/products/

20.01.2016
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User PrimeComputer

@ anonymous: everyone has the freedom to decide for himself if the advantages are worth the price. Giving a 3-star rating without ever having used the product is a misuse of the rating function. If you don't like it, you don't have to buy it.

20.01.2016
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User vittorio.boccone

At least from my side nobody dropped a bad scoring without having used the item. This is a discussion around a sale of a specific product line is based on intel NUC mainboards.
Personally I used the PrimeMini (Slim Intel Core i5-5250U) while supporting the installation of LINUX to a friend. This is built around the "nuc5i5ryk" Intel NUC Kit (mainboard).
Early NUC gen5 BIOSes had several problem with pre 3.x kernels.
Well I guess the customers should know what they are buying...

11.05.2016
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User Raphael Knecht

Hallo zusammen. Besten Dank für die vielen Fragen und die angeregte Diskussion, auch an PrimeComputer für die kompetenten und schnellen Antworten.

21.01.2016
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User Anonymous

My personal decision is made by value for money and the 3*-rating is reflecting this.
It's not a misuse of the rating, it's a realistic calculation of the costs for the components compared to competitors.
You are right, it's up to the people to decide if they prefer to buy directly an Intel NUC :D

21.01.2016
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User PrimeComputer

Challenge accepted:
Intel NUC D54250WYKH 5 year warranty: 489.20
Kingston ValueRAM 4GB DDR3-1600: 25.70
Samsung 850 Evo 120GB 5 year express warranty: 110.120
Intel 7260 5 year warranty: 64.-
2x Wifi-Antenna 7dbi: 25.80
Microsoft Win 10 Pro: 153.-

Total: 867.82

21.01.2016
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User PrimeComputer

Assemly, installation and testing not taken into account. Would be about another 150.- on the NUC. If you claim to be making calculations, the please do them before you write. This is the last response we are writing to you unless it's something relevant. Enjoy your noisy and throttling NUC;)

21.01.2016
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User Anonymous

What about...

Shuttle DS57U5: 540.-
Kingston ValueRAM 8GB DDR3L-1600: 42.20
Samsung 850 EVO (mSATA) 250GB: 110.-
Wi-Fi already integrated
2x G-LAN, 6x USB
Windows? lol, but ok: 153.-

Total: 845.20

better CPU, more USB, more LAN, fanless too and costs 153.80 less, which challenge do you mean?

21.01.2016
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User Anonymous

And you may be won't believe it, but you can get it even for less if you are willing to split your command:

Shuttle DS57U5: 496.25
Kingston ValueRAM 8GB DDR3L-1600: 36.50
Samsung 850 EVO (mSATA) 250GB: 100.-
Wi-Fi already integrated
2x G-LAN, 6x USB
Windows: 146.45

Total: 779.20 (219.80 less!)

21.01.2016
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User Anonymous

And this is the comparison for the "special" digitec price.

Not to mention the immoderate price for this product on your website.

21.01.2016
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User Raphael Knecht

Hello everyone. Thanks for the many comments and the lively discussion - please always bear in mind to be polite and respect each other!

22.01.2016
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User Anonymous

For anyone searching real value for money:

Shuttle DS57U7: 651.35
2x Kingston KVR16LS11/8 DDR3L-1600: 76.20
Samsung 850 EVO (mSATA) 1TB: 307.90
Win 10 Pro: 146.45

i7-5500U, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD for Total: 1'181.90

better CPU and costs 117.10 less than the best PrimeMini configuration on digitec.

25.01.2016
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User k70k

Na, was hat Anonymus wohl, dass er dieses anscheinend so schlechte Produkt immer kommentieren muss? Ich finde Prime auch teuer, aber cool. Wenn der Service stimmt - o.k. Warte auf die nächste Generation und werde dann ev. kaufen..

26.01.2016
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User Raphael Knecht

Hallo zusammen. Vielen Dank für eure konstruktiven Beiträge – auch nehmen wir Alternativ-Zusammenstellungen und -Konfigurationen gerne zur Kenntnis.

27.01.2016
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User Ceberus

Definitiv sind die Gehäuse schön gemacht, gerade das PrimeMini Pro sieht gut aus, Mit einen Akasa Gehäuse kommt man geschätzte xxx Franken günstiger davon. Sofern das Gehäuse wirklich in der Schweiz gefertigt wird & eine Passiv Kühlung ist, ist der Aufpreis gerechtfertigt meiner Meinung.

02.02.2016
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User Ceberus

Habe bei Intel geschaut und das Nuc Board im PrimeMini Slim unterstützt witzigerweise nur 16GB, 1800.-- Aufpreis sind mir aber zu teuer das selbst zu testen :p.

02.02.2016
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User Raphael Knecht

Hallo zusammen. Schön, dass die Diskussion immer noch auf Hochtouren läuft - es freut uns, wenn sich die Community so intensiv beteiligt.

03.02.2016
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User PrimeComputer

Hallo Ceberus! Ab nächster Woche haben wir neue 16GB-Module. Der Preis für die 32GB Variante wird dann drastisch fallen. Beste Grüsse
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03.02.2016
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User k70k

Hallo PrimeComputer
Wann kommt die Option mit i5-6300u? Oder ist dies gar nicht vorgesehen?
Freundliche Grüsse

14.02.2016
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User PrimeComputer

Hallo k70k. Die Skylake-Modelle werden an der CEBIT vorgestellt und ab Mitte/Ende April ausgeliefert.

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17.02.2016
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User Raphael Knecht

Hallo zusammen. Vielen Dank für eure Kommentare und die intensiven Diskussionen, welche unsere Community beleben! Herzlichen Dank auch an Prime Computer für die stets professionellen und schnellen Feedbacks.

17.02.2016
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User exthomeboy

Hallo PrimeComputer
Die CeBit ist jetzt vorbei. Ein paar Spezifikationen zu den Skylake-Modellen wären nicht schlecht :D
Freundliche Grüsse

20.03.2016
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User exthomeboy

Dank Digitec bin ich stolzer Besitzer vom Intel NUC i7 (HyperX 16GB 1866MHz, Samsung SSD 950Pro 256GB). Das passende Gehäuse von Akasa ist auch schon unterwegs. Aber das beste kommt noch, es ist für unter 1000.- zu haben.

29.03.2016
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User Raphael Knecht

Hallo exthomeboy. Das freut uns natürlich sehr – viel Spass mit deinem erworbenen Artikel. :)

30.03.2016
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