MintBox 2 Computer Officially Unveiled, Powered by Linux Mint 15

The MintBox 2 will also be available for purchase from Amazon.com and Amazon.de

  MintBox 2
Clement Lefebvre, the founding father of the extremely popular Linux Mint operating system, had the pleasure of announcing today, September 13, that the next-gen MintBox mini PC is available for purchase.

Clement Lefebvre, the founding father of the extremely popular Linux Mint operating system, had the pleasure of announcing today, September 13, that the next-gen MintBox mini PC is available for purchase.

Dubbed MintBox 2, the tiny computer produced by CompuLab and powered by the 64-bit edition of the Linux Mint 15 (Olivia) operating system, a clone of the famous Ubuntu distribution, has a powerful Intel i5 processor, HDMI , eSATA, and 8 USB ports.

MintBox 2 is distributed with an internal 2.5” hard disk drive of 500 GB capacity, dual Gigabit Ethernet, 4GB DDR3 RAM, and Intel HD Graphics 4000.

The price is $599 (€460) and can be ordered right now from the CompuLab website. European customers will have to wait until it will become available on Amazon.com and Amazon.de.

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