Compulab releases MintBox Mini 2 PC with Linux Mint 19 pre-installed


MintBox Mini 2

As promised back in March, Compulab has launched its MintBox Mini 2, the latest iteration of its tiny desktop PC running the Mint Linux distribution. The biggest upgrade from the original Mini, as we reported at the time, comes in the processor department, as AMD is abandoned for a quad-core Intel Celeron J3455 that should bring a performance boost while still managing with the fanless build.

The above picture shows that the Mini 2 is barely bigger than a mouse, but the $299 base configuration ships with 4 gigs of RAM and a 64GB solid-state drive in addition to the “Apollo Lake” series CPU. For $50 more, you can move up to the Pro edition, which doubles the RAM and boosts the storage capacity to 120GB. of USB 3.0…

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