QtBox – An ARM Mini-Computer Developed By The Nitrux Developers

Hello Linux Geeksters. As you may know, the developers of the Nitrux OS icons have created an ARM mini-computer, called QtBox. Among others, it has a 2.0 GHz quad-core Samsung Exynis 4412 processor, Mali 400 graphics card capable of decoding video at 1080p, 2 GB of RAM memory, 8/16/64 GB internal storage, microSD slot card, two USB ports, 1 micro HDMI port and 1 Ethernet port. The small computer runs with Nitrux OS, a customized Linux system, that uses KDE as the default desktop environment, beautified by the Nitrux icons.

QtBox - An ARM Mini-Computer Developed By The Nitrux Developers

QtBox will arrive in USA in the first quarter of 2014, available for prices between $300 and $355, depending on the amount of memory available. For pre-orders, see the official site. via lffl.org

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