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YOKNEAM, Israel, September 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
With the dream of putting their mini-computer into everyone's hands, SolidRun has launched its CuBox-i series (http://www.cubox-i.com) with a dazzling $45 price tag on their CuBox-i1 entry level computer. Other members of the series are the CuBox-i2, CuBox-i2ultra and CuBox-i4pro. All are based on Freescale's i.MX6 SoC series and offer a wide variety of configurations ranging from single, dual and quad ARM processors running up to 1.2GHz.
"We want to enable everybody to do whatever their imagination drives them to do with our mini-computers. Our team had to work very hard to pack in such a rich and high-end set of features and still keep the cost at levels that make this product a no brainer choice for everyday projects," said Kossay Omary, CEO of SolidRun. "The i.MX6 System-on-Chip series provides the perfect scalability for balancing power, performance and price."
"We build small and low power computers," said Rabeeh Khoury, CTO of SolidRun. "Given the open source SDK and tons of available software packages, our computers can be used in a huge range of scenarios limited only by your imagination; ranging from embedded, multimedia, education, cloud client, HMI and many other fields, as well as all the fun projects you always dreamed of. Everyone can take these computers to their own playground and build their special projects with it. It can be an excellent learning experience too."
SolidRun's open source software model is boosted by the tremendous contribution of the open source community, as well as the SolidRun engineering team. For many open source software packages, work is already completed or in the progress of porting. This includes latest versions of Linux kernel and several of its distributions, XBMC Media Center and much more. Alongside Linux, Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean is one of the major operating systems supported by the new computer.
The CuBox-i series maintains an impressively small footprint and the low power consumption that characterizes SolidRun's unique designs. CuBox-i has clean lines and a high polish 2x2x2 inch enclosure and its features include: (http://cubox-i.com/table/)
"Hardware wise, our products are of the highest quality and are among the most stable, reliable and easy to use in the market." added Kossay Omary, CEO of SolidRun. "In addition to the impressive price reduction, the CuBox-i series adds an important dimension of scalability. Now our customers can choose the right solution that meets their needs and their budget constraints. Limited number of mini computers will be available for pre-ordering at the product's web-site (http://www.cubox-i.com ) so make sure to order yours today!"
CuBox-i model comparison table (Photo):
Waseem Geraisy - Marketing
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