Utilite series of Linux Mini PCs now available for purchase
A new option for fans of Linux mini PCs is now available thanks to Compulab, who just launched their Utilite series of tiny computers. The Utilite series of Linux Mini PCs is available in single, dual or quad-core versions of the Freescale ARM Cortex-A9 processor, supports both Android and Linux and consists of three different models – the Utilite Pro, Utilite Standard and Utilite Value.
As the name suggests, the Compulab Utilite Value Linux Mini PC is the most affordable option. It retails for just $99 and features a single-core processor, 512mb worth of RAM, 4GB of built-in storage, a MicroSD card slot, a Gigabit Ethernet port and WiFi.
The Compulab Utilite Standard Linux Mini PC sells for $159, but offers a few nice upgrades over the Value model. It includes a dual-core processor, 2GB worth of RAM, 8GB of built-in storage, a MicroSD card slot, dual Ethernet ports, WiFi, DVI and HDMI ports, and Bluetooth.
The last and most expensive model in the Utilite series of Linux Mini PCs is the Utilite Pro, which features everything found in the Utilite Standard model, but has a quad-core processor and 32GB worth of on-board storage. The Utilite Pro retails for $219
Each of the new Utilite Linux Mini PCs are available for purchase from the Utilite website right now, but it looks like it will take around 2 months before any orders are actually shipped.