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 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