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Designing innovative products since 2003


sampleMany of us have a creative side, but turning those ideas into products often requires particular skill sets. Why not work with us, to turn your dreams into reality.

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sampleIs there any limits to what can be designed and manufactured? A customer wanted to house 20x PCs (optimised with Intel QuickSync) for real time video rendering - the V Server cluster was born...

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sampleAs Tranquil PC carry out all operations, from concept design, thermal modelling, CAD/CAM, CNC milling, anodising, laser printing, product assembly and test - all in our own factory, you can be assured that we offer very attractive lead times and efficient pricing.

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Our future...

Since 2003 we've been focusing on the one thing we do best. We design and develop original products that look great, built to last, and give you the features you need in your business.

The future success of the company is based on the triumph of its unique products, the development of its business partners and dedication of our staff. Tranquil PC has a very loyal customer base, and most of our B2B customers are still with us since the early days. The small 'family' business has made it's mark in the IT world, and we would like to thank our customers for taking us there.

CNC MachineTranquil recently added a further 'pair' of high speed CNC milling machines to keep up with demand for custom Abel H2 OEM products. With the benefit of 4th axis machining, operation (op) 1 now processes three surfaces (front, back and deep pocket) in a single operation - there are actually 8 PCs being cut in a single cycle. The second machine process the 'top surfaces'.

Recent News - AIO

All In OneAlthough it's just a PC, it's no ordinary PC. Milled from a 28Kg solid block of aerospace grade aluminium, the chassis is seamless and is specifically made to accept all of the internal parts perfectly.

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Wall Street Journal

Thanks to Mark Baker for the neat and tidy explanation to the Ubuntu Orange Box, a "data centre that fits in a suitcase!!!"
See below for link to video

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