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CompuLab takes out a silent mini computer with Linux Mint

CompuLab from Israel has updated its mini computer for lovers of Linux operating system Again, collaborating with the team Linux Mint, he Mini 2 represents the fourth generation of your line MintBox of small format fanless computers for a silent operation and many connectivity options.

The operating system Linux specific for which the Mini 2 It is the last Cinnamon flavor of the variety Mint although it is compatible with other distributions, as well as with operating systems such as Windows 10 or FreeBSD

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CompuLab– Design

Inside the fully metallic case of the 112 x 84 x 34 mm (4.4 x 3.3 x 1.3 in) mini computer, 350 g (12.3 oz) is the processor Intel Celeron (Apollo Lake) J3455 Four-core, which can shoot up to 2.3 GHz and Intel HD 500 graphics rocks. The standard version comes with 4 GB of DDR3L RAM and 64 GB of storage, but a Pro model doubles both.

Like other members of CompuLab stable, the MintBox Mini 2 It has no fan noises, but uses convection cooling through the fully metal housing to operate at temperatures between 0 and 45 C (32 to 113 F) and at a relative humidity of 5 to 95 percent.

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Connectivity

Connectivity is served with two ports USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0mini Displayport 1.2 and HDMI 1.4 that support 4K monitors, two ports Gigabit Ethernet, a microSD slot for storage expansion, a serial port, Bluetooth 4.2 Y 802.11ac Wi-Fi .

It is also able to accept the cards FACET from CompuLab, that give the Mint 2 more ports, or capacities 4G, or more storage SSD And the Mini 2 It is compatible with all accessories and accessories Fitlet2, Including Uptime-shaped lithium-ion UPS miniature power supply for up to 3 hours of independent use between charges.

He MintBox Mini 2 It is available as two models, the standard by 280 Eurosand the Pro for 320 Euros. The first shipments are expected to be made in the middle of the next month. There are also other options such as the Ace Revo One and the Asus VivoMini

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