LOGIC SUPPLY LAUNCHES POWERFUL UBUNTU MINI-PC CL 100

Logic Supply, a computer manufacturer recently announced their newest mini-PC release: the CL100.

Whenever you mini-PC we’re sure you think of somewhat low-powered systems due to their limit size but trust us, the case of the CL100 is different.

CL 100 Ubuntu based mini PC

CL 100 Features

Within its strong case cast with aluminium, the cool CL100 features an Intel Quad Core Braswell CPU, Intel HD graphics, and also has support for up to 16 GB of Random Access Memory. It is vent-less and fan-less which makes it capable of standing the test of the workload in an industrial environment.

The mini-pc possesses two HDMI ports and a Display Port with which it is to support three displays that are separate, one which runs at 4K resolution. Adding to that, the Logic Supply engineers squeezed in a GB Lan connection, an IR sensor and three USB ports (which includes a USB-C on the front). You can even have an optional Wifi/Bluetooth card.

CL 100 Pricing

With regards to pricing, it costs $302 to get a 2 GB of RAM bare bone system without a hard drive, an antenna, a mounting, a wireless/Bluetooth card and no operating system.

Or, you can shell out $688 if you would prefer the CL100 with a 250 GB SSD, 16 GB of RAM, a WiFi/Bluetooth card, wall mounting, two antennas and Windows 10. (You should note that orders over $250 come with a free economy shipping offered by Logic Supply, so there will be no extra shipping cost).

If you are not a friend to Windows then you can also opt for Windows 7, Windows Embedded etc. But hey, we are Linux fans, we wouldn’t be surprised if you decide to stick with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS.

The CL100 can be used by anybody because it can be used for a wide range of things ranging from industrial to home tasks. The CL100, according to Logic Supply, is “ideal for a wide variety of embedded applications, as an industrial workstation, digital signage player, or even a silent home theatre PC.” We imagine that it would also be able to handle tasks as a personal file server and/or a web server.

Do you think the CL 100 is a better option to System 76’s Meerkat or MintBox Mini? The comments section is down below.

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