Nettop Litebox relies on a software platform Elementary OS

Linux-powered laptop creators Alpha Litebook, which we have recently been told, introduced a desktop small form factor Litebox.

Nettop can be equipped with quad-core Intel Celeron processor clocked at 2.0-2.4 GHz or dual-core Core i5 chip with a frequency of 1.6-2.6 GHz. The memory volume in the first case is 4 GB, the second – 8 GB.

The computer can be equipped with hard disk capacity of 512 GB or 1 TB. The equipment includes Wi-Fi wireless adapter with support for 802.11b/g/n/ ac standards and Controller Bluetooth 4.0. For a wired connection to your network is Ethernet-controller.

Nettop has a four-port USB 3.0. There are interfaces DisplayPort and HDMI for connecting displays. Dimensions are 114 × 114 × 58 mm; weight – 1.7 kg.

On a computer that uses an operating system Elementary OS. This software platform on the Linux kernel was created in accordance with minimalist interface concept: the aim of the project is to provide the most simple and user-friendly environment.

As for the price Litebox mini-computer, it is depending on the configuration, it is from 250 to 450 US dollars.



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