CuBox-i is one of the smallest computers become even more powerful




Minicomputer CuBox (pictured above) from the company SolidRun became one of the most powerful computers, if you divide the amount of computing power on. We have already written about this powerful kid , but SolidRun, software company, started accepting pre-orders for his successor CuBox-i, offering more flexible pricing policy, and even more power in a compact package.

The youngest of this small model (the side “cube” of about 5 cm) of the computer will be sold for $ 45, but it will have a good stuffing.

Chip: i.MX6 Solo
Processor: 1 GHz, 1 core @
Memory: 512 MB ​​DDR3
Memory Configuration: 32 bit @ 800 Mb / s
GPU: GC880 with support for OpenGL | ES 1.1/2.0
HDMI: 1080p, 3D support
Ethernet: 10/100 Mbps
2 USB 2.0 ports
Peripherals: Micro SD, optical S / PDIF output, IR receiver
Extras: hardware video decoding


As you can see, this kid has the potential to become at least an effective multimedia-top box or even a simple digital console. But CuBox-i have the older model with a price of $ 120, and at times more powerful configuration.

Chipset: i.MX6 Quad
CPU: 4 cores @ 1GHz
Memory: 2 GB DDR3
Memory Configuration: 64 bit @ 1066 MB / s
GPU: GC2000 with support for OpenGL | ES 1.1/2.0, OpenCL 1.1E
HDMI: Version 1.4, 1080p, 3D support
Ethernet: 10/100/1000 Mbps (supports up to 470 Mbps due to limitations of the tire)
2 USB 2.0 ports
Peripherals: WiFi 11n, Bluetooth, eSata II 3Gbps, Micro SD, optical S / PDIF output, an IR receiver and transmitter, real-time clock with battery, adapter Micro USB to RS-232
Extras: hardware video decoding

Архитектура CuBox-i

Here no comment, the power of this variant is almost no competition. In addition, there are two intermediate models, with prices less. To view the full lineup can be a link .

CuBox work on many popular distributions Linux, entertainment media centers such as XBMC and even Android 4.2.2.

Deliveries will begin in November, and then we hope to do a more detailed review.
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