The changes with this Linutop third version is significant. Goodbye to first AMD Geode chips that incorporated the first two models of the name. The mini PC is powered by a heart VIA C7 1 GHz. There is then a memory doubled from 512 MB to 1 GB. Same price for internal memory storage flash based, which is now 2 GB.
For its part the video circuit no longer offers only a single VGA output, but also a dual DVI / VGA. Evolution also in the wired network portion which is not only stamped Fast Ethernet (up to 100 Mbit / s), but displays a compatibility Gigabit Ethernet (up to 1 Gbit / s).
In terms of connectivity, we noticed a number of USB 2.0 ports from four to six, which allows you to connect a larger number of devices and the emergence of a COM port for a possible industrial use. Also finally adding a second microphone jack to the rear in addition to the front.
Proposed in a single tone black lacquered and enjoying a fanless design, no fan therefore, the device displays under 2 kilos on the scales and consumption of 20 watts in operation.
Price and availability:
Taking advantage of a 3 year warranty, this mini-Linux PC is announced at 340 euros to slightly over 405 euros TTC.
- Fanless design, no fan for silent operation
- Processor VIA C7 1 GHz
- RAM: 1 GB DDR2 expandable to 2GB
- Party Network: Gigabit Ethernet compatible chip
- Internal memory: 2 GB flash memory
- 1 DVI
- 1 VGA port
- 1 RJ-45
- 6 USB 2.0 ports
- 1 COM port
- 2 headphone jacks
- 2 microphone
- Dimensions: 235 x 236 x 55 mm
- Weight: 1.9kg
- Finish: Black
- Consumption: 20 W Operating
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