Cool Tech PC Launches the Nexus Psile Premium Multimedia PC in the U.S.

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The Columbian Newspaper of Vancouver, Washington, calls it “The Cool Cube,” KGW- NBC Television News, Portland calls it “Revolutionary,” and in the European Community it has already become one of the hottest, most stylish, premium high performance computers to hit the market.

Cool Tech PC of Vancouver, Washington, announced today the formal launch in the United States of the Cool Tech PC – Nexus Psile computer. The Nexus Psile has earned critical review and remarkable sales throughout the European Community. The Nexus Psile is an optimal performance system that provides super-quiet operation as a multi-media computer for home applications. Beyond the extraordinary performance, the Nexus Psile is a spectacularly stylish living room PC or media center PC. The aluminum case has a fine sand-spray finish and the top cover has a bold, glossy, black lacquer finish. This computer is the epitome of elegance and silence, combined with the finest quality materials. Cool Tech PC is executing an aggressive online and direct mail sales campaign as well as in-store retail showcase of product with premium computer distributors and home theater dealers.

In the United States, Cool Tech PC is the exclusive builder of the Nexus Psile computer. The Psile is being built in partnership with Nexus Technology BV of The Netherlands. Both Cool Tech PC and Nexus Technology are experts on heat conductivity and noise reduction in the computer industry.

Although it’s a small company, Cool Tech PC has earned loyal clientele and the attention of the Wall Street Journal, PC Magazine, and Smart Computing magazine for the development of ultra premium computers and PC noise reduction. According to Michael van der Jagt, President of Nexus Technology BV, “We have enjoyed a long and successful partnership with Cool Tech PC and we are proud of the support and collaboration they have provided to make the Psile a success. We can think of no better partner to lead the co-manufacturing and assembly of this great computer for release in the United States.”

According to Jon Schoenborn of Cool Tech PC, “This product is the benchmark for all other premium quiet multi-media computers available to consumers. The strength of the Cool Tech PC – Nexus Psile computer is that it provides virtually silent operation with superior cooling and airflow. The proven Nexus 120mm case fan as well as the low noise, high quality Nexus power supplies are simply the best products in the market. The Cool Tech PC – Nexus Psile is attractively packaged, solidly constructed with thick aluminum, and comes with well-engineered sound absorption materials. We are very encouraged by the already stellar sales performance and acceptance of this product in markets outside the United States and we feel certain of the Nexus Psile becoming the system of choice for savvy consumers and premium system integrators throughout the United States.”

The typical retail cost of a fully loaded and complete Nexus Psile computer system is approximately $1600.00, but will vary depending on the configuration. Consumers can purchase units by visiting Wholesale distribution is available at

Capabilities and Uses:

  • Full featured PC
  • Home entertainment appliance
  • DVR (Digital Video Recorder) for viewing and recording TV
  • Web browsing
  • Wireless Network Connectivity
  • High speed desktop performance in a small, stylish PC

Typical components of the Cool Tech PC – Nexus Psile include:

  • Intel Core Duo and Core 2 Duo CPUs
  • 320 or 500 gig Quiet Western Digital Hard Drive
  • External fanless power supply
  • Panasonic UJ-845 slim DVD-RW Drive
  • Nexus 80mm real silent case fan
  • 2 long rubber fan mounts to install the case fan
  • Poron anti-vibration pads for under the Psile feet
  • Mini-ITX Motherboard
  • PCI Express expansion slot for video card upgrades
  • TV Tuner
  • Windows Media Center Edition
  • Wireless Media Keyboard and Mouse

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    Shame it only takes one HD, but I guess it’s possible to use an external.