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NewsPoster Jul 15, 2013 10:00 AM
Compulab reveals Utilite $99 mini PC with quad-core ARM processor
Compulab has launched its latest ARM-based Linux desktop computer, one with a small size and relatively cheap cost. The <a href="" rel='nofollow'>Utilite</a>, offered with either an installation of Ubuntu or Android as an operating system, continues the trend of low-power small form factor <a href="" rel='nofollow'>computers</a>, by packing a system into a 5.3x3.5x0.8-inch case, similar to its <a href="" rel='nofollow'>Fit-PC</a> range. <br />
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Inside is a choice of single, dual, or a quad-core Freescale I.MC6 Cortex-A9 processor that clocks in at up to 1.2GHz, <a href="" rel='nofollow'>reports</a> <em>Engadget</em>, which is supported by up to 4GB of RAM, and storage provided by an mSATA SSD up to 512GB in size and a microSD card slot. Ports are supplied for HDMI and DVI-D, two Gigabit Ethernet connectors, four USB 2.0, micro USB, audio jacks, and a pair of RS232 ultra mini serial ports. The Utilite also has Bluetooth 3.0 and Wi-Fi connectivity, can take unregulated 10 to 16-volt power, and consumes between 3 and 8 Watts when used. <br />
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Compulab will offer the Utilite in a number of different configurations from August onwards, starting from $99.
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