The company CompuLab invited potential buyers its new development, desktop PC Utilite2,which one can fit even in very small purse of women’s. However, this is a full PC, but without Windows on board, but he and the interesting, because many are now working in alternative operating systems.
An alternative Windows of the computer CompuLab Utilite2 serves OS Google Android, but if you want you can always boot under Linux Ubuntu, which updated, as you know, once every six months. Mini desktop is assembled on a 4-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 600, maybe that is enough for everyday office tasks. Kit supplemented 2GB of RAM and 4GB ROM, plus it supports 128-gigabyte microSD memory card and the ability to install SSD-drive mSATA interface up to 512 GB.
CompuLab Utilite2 also has a four-port USB 2.0, port microUSB, HDMI-output and a gigabit network card, and the Internet, he can go to WI-FI 802.11 b / g / n. Bluetooth 4.0 module is also available. All packed in a compact aluminum body measuring just 85h58h28 millimeters and consumes less than 8 watts of power. Unfortunately, the cost of CompuLab Utilite2 remains unknown, as well as the country where you can buy it.