CuBox ARM Mini-Computer: Two Raspberry Pis Stuffed Inside A Cube

Hello Linux Geeksters. CuBox is an ARM mini-computer, inside a 5 cm side cube, with native support for Linux.

There are two CuBox models available, CuBox, with a dual-core processor Marvell Armada 510 800MHz, 1 GB of DDR3 RAM, a HDMI port, USB 2.0 port, eSATA and microSD reader, infrared port and CuBox Pro, with the same specs but a double ammount of RAM memory (2 GB). CuBox is the equivalent of two Raspberry Pis stuffed in a small, 5 cm side cube.

CuBox: Two Raspberry Pis Stuffed Inside A Cube

According to the official Wiki page, this following Linux flavours work well on CuBox: Arch Linux, Debian, OpenSUSE, Ubuntu, Xubuntu, Xilka, GeeXboX. It has good specs, so I think many distributions with ARM support would work well on Cubox.

Unlike Raspberry Pi, CuBox comes with a case and power supply. More information can be found here.

  • Buy CuBox for 119.99 for Euro
  • Buy CuBox Pro for 159.99 Euro

If you want to create a low energy consumption server, CuBox is what you need.

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