Archive for October 19th, 2019
SolidRun has released a new version of their CuBox mini computer. This unit has a low carbon footprint and is extremely power efficient. It comes loaded with open source SDK and measures in at 2x2x2 inches. CuBox-i can stream, play, serve, and cast multimedia. CuBox-i models have scalable ARM processor cores, memory size, GPU cores. Cubox-i is flexible allowing you to install Android or Linux, Python, Perl, compilers, IDEs, and media players. It comes with an MSRP of $119.99 for the pro version and it also supports the use of XBMC as a multimedia front end for use as home theater box. Features CuBox-i pro Chipset i.MX6 Quad Core Count 4 @ 1 GHz Memory Size 2GByte DDR3 Memory Config 64 bit @ 1066Mbps 3D GPU GC2000 3D GPU Type OpenGL|ES 1.1/2.0,OpenCL 1.1E HW Video Dec/Enc Multi Format HDMI 1080p 1.4, 3D support Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbps (*) USB 2.0 Host 2 x Hosts WiFi 11n/BlueTooth yes Micro SD Interface yes eSata II 3Gbps yes RTC With Backup Battery yes Optical S/PDIF Audio Out yes Micro USB to RS-232 yes InfraRed for Remote Control Receiver & Transmitter
Samsung is bringing a few new features to the table here with the 840 EVO, but what's utterly special that we hope pushes those boundaries further ahead, is something new called RAPID Mode. Sounds simple enough, but the performance increases from RAPID are anything but ordinary. In short, RAPID will move you out of the data transfer slow lane and onto the digital Autobahn like you've never before experienced. Buckle up and let's take a closer look at the Samsung EVO 750GB and see just what this SSD can do.