Technologies – as durable as Swiss nature.

Our smartly designed mini PCs and servers allow companies to achieve ambitious digitalization and environment goals whilst reducing their lifetime cost of ownership.

Berg in der Schweizer Natur

Once on, never off.

High hygiene requirements

The whirling up of air and the associated distribution of impurities at the workplace are a thing of the past: our fanless Mini-PCs and servers meet high hygiene requirements due to their perfectly tuned design and are therefore ideally suited for use in medical areas, clinics and clean rooms. Passive cooling means there are no air currents that distribute germs.


Due to an almost completely closed housing, our Mini-PCs and servers can withstand even heavy dirt and dust: due to the passive cooling, no fan is used which could suck particles from the circulating air and whirl them around. Protected from mechanical shocks and the effects of radiation, our products can also be used in carpentry and metalworking shops, for example.

The success story
goes on and on.

PrimeMini4 im Krankenhaus
Am 29.01.2020 von Fynn Wohlgensinger

Advantages, disadvantages and possible applications for the Mini Computer

Mini-computers are now doing something similar to their much larger relatives. But do mini computers really have only advantages? Or do they have disadvantages? And what are their possible application ...

Advantages, disadvantages and possible applications for the Mini Computer
Am 03.01.2020 von Fynn Wohlgensinger

Prime Computer plants trees

Prime Computer has been supporting the “Plant-for-the-Planet” foundation for a good two years. For every Prime Computer product sold, an amount is donated and thus at least one tree is planted. In ...

Prime Computer plants trees
Am 16.12.2019 von Fynn Wohlgensinger

Troubleshooting Guide – PrimeMini

Our PrimeMinis are designed for maximum reliability. Nevertheless, even the most reliable computer may sometimes not work as expected. Here the Prime Computer partners and our own technicians are avai ...

Troubleshooting Guide – PrimeMini