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MINIX NGC-1 Intel Braswell-Based Silent, SFF Mini PC
Mon Feb 22, 2016 | 6:11P | PermaLink BY: Max Page
MINIX has been producing ultra-small form factor systems and accessories for a few years now, featuring ARM and Intel-based technology. The latest device to come from the company, the NGC-1 we will be showing you here, is one of MINIX’s more powerful devices – relatively speaking – which packs an Intel’s Braswell-based Celeron processor. Braswell is the follow-up to Intel’s BayTrail SoC, that’s manufactured on Intel’s tri-gate 14nm process. Like BayTrail, Braswell is a low-power architecture, designed for entry level 2-in-1 devices, laptops, and small form factor system. Along with the Braswell-based Celeron N3150 inside the system, the MINIX NGC-1 also features 4GB of RAM, a 128GB M.2 SSD, and a 64-Bit edition of Windows 10. The device's form factor, while still small, also affords more connectors and IO that something as small as the Compute Stick...
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